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by G. A. Ziegler,W. E. Rommell,George Herz
Author: G. A. Ziegler,W. E. Rommell,George Herz
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (January 29, 2010)
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Herz, Geo: Prohibition and anti-prohibition, (New York, Chicago Broadway publishing c. ), also by G. A. Ziegler and W. E. Rommell (page images at HathiTrust).
Herz, Geo: Prohibition and anti-prohibition, (New York, Chicago Broadway publishing c.
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We got Prohibition because of an emergency, the emergency being World War I, and we lost Prohibition .
We got Prohibition because of an emergency, the emergency being World War I, and we lost Prohibition because of another emergency, the Depression. By arguing that the country needed the jobs and tax revenue that legalized alcohol would provide, anti-Prohibition activists succeeded in recruiting even noted teetotalers to their cause. As the economy crumbled and the Democratic Party gained power, the demise of Prohibition eventually became a fait accompli. Barrels of beer emptied into the sewer by authorities during prohibition.
Hillard, George B. Brooklyn Prohibition Collection. Prohibition Party Campaign Text-Book for the State of Washington, 1892. Organized for Prohibition: A New History of the Anti-Saloon League. Brooklyn Historical Society. Tacoma, WA: Puget Sound Printing Company, 1892. Prohibition: The Principle, the Policy, and the Party. A Dispassionate Study of the Arguments For and Against Prohibitory Laws, and the Reasons Governing the Political Action of its Advocates. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985.