National Affairs: Soldiers Now Idle . . .

Dr. Clarence True Wilson, General Secretary of the Methodist Board of Temperance, Prohibition & Public Morals, arch-lobbyist of the U. S. Drys, Consolidated (TIME, July 1), last week hinted, in an article for Collier's magazine, at a new way of enforcing Prohibition. Excerpts: "Every soldier and sailor has taken an oath to sustain the laws of the land. We already have a standing army ready and able to enforce all laws in every foot of the land and a man at the helm—Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy—who has taken a solemn oath...

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