"I'd set up a special commission to go right to work on the fight racket—if it's going to be sanctioned I think it should be run properly. It can't be unless you step in and order it ransacked by trained investigators."
Investigations, federal action—why not? But, meanwhile, when you watch those fights, good, bad and indecent, you might harken to the advice of Henry Thoreau, a fellow who never subscribed to Ring Magazine (thereby missing a good deal), but still had something to say to the APPPFF:
A citizen should never resign his conscience to the legislator.
The APPPFF welcomes new members. But remember now—no dues, no membership certificates, no funny hats—all you have to be is a fight fan who thinks the game is ready for its bicentennial delousing. Members are expected to provide their own spray guns and to go into action at their own risk.