How Women Can Help in Political Work. By Constance Williams.
(Melrose. 2s. net.)—This little book is intended for women who wish to take an active part in politics but do not know how to begin. The author writes clearly and is evidently an experienced canvasser. She does not fail to give hints as to how women should dress for the weary work of canvassing or that of addressing circulars and annotating registers in a dusty committee-room. It is to be hoped, as the author suggests, that women, having received the franchise, will use it. The vast majority of British women, we are sure, have no liking for Communism such as a small minority seek to impose upon us.