Law Observance: Shall the People of the United States Uphold the Constitution?

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CONTENTS
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DURANT, W. C.--Introduction15-51
PRIZE AWARD COMMITTEE ASK FOR MOSAIC53
ABBOTT, EDWIN M.--Laws Men Break and Why57

Former Special Counsel to Philadelphia Directors of Public Safety, General Smedley D. Butler and George W. Elliott

ALMACK, MALCOLM D.--Winning High School Plan63

Junior Class, Palo Alto Union High School, California

BARNES, EDWARD--Less Local Political Influence69

Formerly Assistant Solicitor to the Collector of Customs at the Port of New York

BENNETT, WILLIAM M.--Presidential Leadership in Enforcing and Educating73

Former State Senator, N. Y.

BENTLEY, AL--Success in Under-Cover Work81

Police Officer, Huntington Park, California

BOWLER, ALIDA C.--Mold Public Opinion85

Director, Division of Public Relations, Los Angeles Police Department

BROWN, J. O., JR.--Modernize the Federal Judicial System91

United States Commissioner, Sacramento, California

BUCHANAN, J. A.--A National League to Educate97

Municipal Judge, Astoria, Oregon

BUFORD, RIVERS--Let States Fix Alcoholic Content103

Justice, Supreme Court, Florida

CANNON, BlSHOP JAMES, JR.--Spend Whatever is Needed106

Chairman, Board of Temperance and Social Service, Methodist Episcopal Church South

CASS, CHARLES L.--"Destroy the Unholy Alliance," and Tighten Volstead Act113

Formerly Prohibition Agent, Southern California

CHASE, WILLIAM SHEAFE, D.D.--Stop Volstead Loopholes119

Superintendent, International Reform Federation, Washington, D. C.

CHENEY, GUY W.--Use State Courts and Padlock125

District Attorney, Steuben County, Corning, N. Y.

CHERRINGTON, ERNEST H.--Government and Public Co- operation131

General Secretary, World League Against Alcoholism, Washington, D. C.

CLEAVER, G. L.--"No More Joking"138

Former State Superintendent of Secret Service, Former State Prohibition Commissioner, Inglewood, California

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