CORRUPTION: Common Customs

If a public servant, for a bribe or whatever, permits the violation of a law, he is Corrupt.

Is a private citizen Corrupt who, by bribery or otherwise, tries to make or save money by breaking or evading the law?

The U, S. customs and Prohibition laws are probably the ones most commonly broken by the general run of U. S. citizens. Two incidents last week, though involving no evidence of attempted bribery, set citizens wondering about Corruption among private citizens.

Ziegfeld's Folly. Across the U. S. boundary line at Rouse's Point, N. Y., came...

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