PROHIBITION: Thunder on the Right

About the only place in Washington last week where there was no loud talk of Prohibition was at the White House. There President Hoover, puzzled by fresh eruptions on a question the importance of which he believes is exaggerated, kept his mouth closed, his ears open. There was plenty for him to hear.

Enforceability Shelved. The slow mournful voice of Senator Wesley Livsey Jones of Washington announced the results of a call upon the National Law Enforcement Commission. Alarmed lest the Commission delve into the enforceability rather than the enforcement of Prohibition,...

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