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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
The Harvard Debating Council plan for the enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment made no impression in this region. Any one who has known the deviltries of the liquor traffic for two generations knows that the people engaged in that sort of thing were always law-breakers and seldom, if ever, obeyed any law operating restrictively on them.
We in Kansas have had experience in the attempts of the state to enforce restrictive legislation with sloppy neighboring states sending their rot-gut over to us. Present conditions are not ideal but they are a great improvement over conditions when we had state prohibition bordered by state license. R. H. Ritchie.