Letters: Feb. 4, 1929



In the Jan. 14 issue of TIME, there is an article on Secretary of State Kellogg, in which the statement is made that "he sips sparingly."

Is this not an ironic comment on Prohibition? If the Secretary of State is allowed to sip, however sparingly, may we not expect a reasonable immunity from the law if we also sip? Should not Congress issue a list of those who may sip and those who will be arrested if they are caught sipping? Then you would not be troubled with letters from curious people like...

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