The Senior Senator from Idaho has been pressing other public men for their views on Prohibition in the next election. Last week he was himself pressed for views. Wrote a Dr. Charles Alfred Lee Reed of Cincinnati:

"Dear Senator Borah . . . "

1. Are you in favor of the principles and practices of super-government as exemplified by the Anti-Saloon League, the Board of Prohibition, Temperance and Public Morals of the Methodist Episcopal Church and by their ancillary organization, the late, unlamented Ku Klux Klan?

2. Are you in favor of having any religious denomination, Protestant or Catholic, backed by a nation-wide...

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