CRIME: Stupid as a Policeman

The National Crime Commission, to which national figures volunteer their energy, intelligence and time—Frank Orren Lowden as chairman of a subcommittee on pardons, penal laws and institutional correction; Newton Diehl Baker as chairman of a committee on rehabilitating criminals and acting chairman of the whole; Franklin Delano Roosevelt as chairman of a committee on legal education; F. Trubee Davison as executive committeeman —last week published a report by Mr. Lowden's committee. Written by Commissioner Louis Newton Robinson, experienced professor of economics and criminology, this report set forth, as prime cause of...

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