Last week a great & good friend of Calvin Coolidge disturbed Washington by crying "guts." Declared Seattle's Kenneth Mackintosh, member of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement: "I shall insist that the Commission go to the guts of this whole Prohibition question."

The "guts" of Prohibition is one place to which potent Dry Senators and Congressmen do not want to see the Commission go. But Commissioner Mackintosh, a Dry himself, did not propose to allow his colleagues to weasel on "enforcement" and pass up the larger issue of the...

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