The political campaign leading to the enactment in 1919 of the 18th Amendment that created Prohibition often included stereotypes and stark claims about the commercial interests of the “liquor traffic” (and especially anti-German tropes) vs. those of the family as described in this pro-Prohibition crusade document, circa 1918.
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