wieldiness

wieldiness

(ˈwiːldɪnɪs)
n
the quality or state of being easily handled
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This spectatorial wieldiness is not a trivial accomplishment.
"As at present constituted," he wrote in his 1885 doctoral dissertation, Congressional Government, "the federal government lacks strength because its powers are divided, lacks promptness because its authorities are multiplied, lacks wieldiness because its processes are roundabout, lacks efficiency because its responsibility is indistinct and its action without competent direction."