In May 1929, President Herbert Hoover appointed George W. Wickersham, who had been attorney general under President William Howard Taft, to chair the eleven-member National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (NCLOE). Hoover had first proposed the Wickersham Commission, as it ...

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