From the August 1968 magazine.

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A U.S. View of the British Test: an Antidote For Death

What do you suppose people would say if some genius were to invent a method of reducing holiday automobile accidents by 27 percent and resultant manslaughter by 36 percent?

Don't waste your time guessing. He'd be tarred and feathered and escorted out of town splendidly on a rail.

Great Britain does have a preventive. It went into use this year. It's called the breathalyzer test. At the request of a policeman anyone challenged must stop, show his license, and breathe into a gadget then and there. It reacts by turning blue or swooning or soaring off into the...

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