"As an understanding of the group process abolishes ?individual rights,? so it gives us a true definition of liberty. We have seen that the free man is he who actualizes the will of the whole. I have no liberty except as an essential member of a group . . . . But liberty is not measured by the number of restraints we do not have, but by the number of spontaneous activities we do have . . . . We see that to obey the group which we have helped to make and of which we are an integral part is to be f"