CRIME: Prevention

For half a dozen centuries the Western world has listed sudden death as one of the crosses of humanity. That humanity might in its progress be freed more and more from this unwelcome visitant was the purpose with which the National Crime Commission was organized.

Last week in Washington the commission met for two days to discuss means of attacking its problem. Under its young leader, F. Trubee Davison, son of the late President of the Red Cross and partner of J. P. Morgan, the commission has tried to recruit to its ranks men of...

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