PROHIBITION: Real Sentiments

The contradiction between political avowal and personal habits in the House and Senate reaches its climax in the drinking Dry. To find out precisely what Congress thinks about Prohibition, as distinguished from what it does, became the journalistic assignment of William H. Crawford, free lance. Selecting at random 200 Senators and Congressmen, half Republican, half Democratic, he wormed out of each in confidence his "real senti-ments." In the April Cosmopolitan ap- peared last week the results (but with no names mentioned) of Mr. Crawford's Prohibition poll....

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