Last week, William H. Anderson* announced the foundation of A. P. P. P. A. (American Prohibition Protestant Patriotic Protective Alliance). What i it? It is an "organization," but it has no members and no charter—not being incorporated. It has no oath. It keeps no books. All its financial transactions are oral. All contributions to it are in the form of "outright personal gifts to William H. Anderson, its founder and general secretary, to be used in any way he sees fit." The object of this strange type of organization is to make the...

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