23 MARCH 1918, Page 17

The British Constitution Association, of 11 Tothill Street, West. minster,

has printed an instructive paper, What Freedom Means (6d.), which Mr. Percival L. Witherby read before the Empire. Service League at its first meeting at Hastings, New Zealand, last year. The paper, with its insistence on the importance of the Empire as a bulwark of liberty and on the need for closer union among all classes in each part of the Empire, might have been written for an English audience.