Business: Mr. Levinson's Way

A ceaseless agitator for peace has been Salmon Oliver Levinson, 64, smart Chicago corporation lawyer. To him goes much unofficial credit for the idea of making war illegal, for the Kellogg-Briand Treaty or Pact of Paris. And to him went the $50,000 Bok Peace Prize for his plan of adjusting War reparations and debts. The Manchester Guardian has proposed him for the Nobel Peace Prize. Last week Peace-Maker Levinson made another peace proposal: limit short-selling.

Although others have suggested short-selling be discouraged, perhaps banned, Mr. Levinson is the most eminent figure to take this...

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