"My Dear Borah"

Last week, to both parties' alarm, Senator Borah frowned his Olympian frown, waved his Bryanesque backlocks and handed out to Presidential candidates a questionnaire on the great Hush-Hush of the 1928 campaign, Prohibition. It was a sequel to the Borah speaking tour on the same subject (TIME, Nov. 28). It threatened to make a political issue out of a subject in which citizens are actually interested.

Without turning in his Senate seat, Senator Borah can scrutinize at least four of his colleagues whose hearts beat faster...

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