THE CABINET: Enforcer-in-Chief

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Consequent to the first report of the National Commission on Law Enforcement. Prohibition last week came into sharper focus in Congress than at any time since its inauguration, ten years ago last week. The Commission's report had furnished substantial grist for the legislative mill. Of its recommendations the most important (the Commission gave it No. 1 place), the most likely to become law at this session of Congress, was that for the transfer of the Government's dry enforcement arm from the Treasury Department to the Department of Justice. Such a transfer, as all the world knew, would...

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