GREAT BRITAIN: Fancies into Facts

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Some day the New York or Chicago police may tyrannize over honest citizens in such outrageous fashion as to move the Congress of the U. S. to investigate. Such an emergency might cause the City of New York or of Chicago to call General John Joseph Pershing to the post of Police Commissioner, in hope of restoring public confidence in policemen. Conceivably a great lawyer and statesman, such as Charles Evans Hughes, might say, in speaking of the application of a police third degree to some young woman: "Every father...

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