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EQIIHLY MAGAZINES ,
THE AMERICAN LIBERAL — chber 1931 ' , -
A magazine opposed to prohibition.
AMERICAN MERCURY - October 1931 -
Paladin Of She Frye — by W. J. Cash
About the Honorable Cameron fiorrison, United States
Senator from fiorth Carolina.
COSMOPOLITAN — October 1931
An Incident Of The Noble Experiment — by Irvin S. Cobb
A short story.
CURRENT HISTORY — October 1931
South Carolina's State Liquor Experiment - by J. L. Sherard
FORTUNE - October 1931
U. S. Liquor Industry
An article on the ”big business" of bootlegging.
FORUM - October 1931
Our Supreme Court Goes Liberal ~ by Joseph Percival Pollard
HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZIEE ~ Octooer 1931
Concerning Mr. wickersham
An Eiitor‘s Easy Chair editorial by Edward S. Martin
REPEAL — October 1931
"A Monthly Magazine devoted to national prohibition reform.“
REVIEW OF ?EVZEWS — October 1931
Taxation and the Bootlegger - Editorial.

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WEEKLY MAGAZINES
THE ARGONAUT ~ Editorials
Sept. 5, 1931 — Dry Astigmatism
Sept.12, 1931 - Girl Liquor Decoys
Sept.19, 1931 — The Why of Crowded Prisons
THE SENSOR — Editorials
Sept. 3, 1931 — Volstead~Made Crime Cost $3,000,000 a Day
Sept. 3, 1931 — "Justice” and Volstead Enforcement
Sept. 10, 1931 - Prohibs Are Protagonists of Drunkenness
Sept. 17, 1931 — "Coke” Has Good Beer "Backed Off The Boards"
Sept. 17, 1931 — Good Business Sense And Good Beer
COLLIER'S — September 19, 1931
Ten Minutes In A Barroom — by Don Marquis
"Mr. Marquis listens to the echoes of olden times"
COLLIER'S — October 3, 1931
The Wine Ghost Walks - by Frank J. Taylor
COLLIER'S - October 10, 1931
Can Capone beat Washington, too? — by William G. Shspnord
THE COMMONWEAL — September 30, 1931
Prohibition Omens — An editorial .
LIBERTY - October 3, 1931 ‘
It Must Be Refined ~ by Konrad Bercovici
A short story about bootleggers, racketeers, etc.
‘4 Why Didn't We Do This? — by Lothrop Stoddard
'How New Zealand Handled the Question of Prohibition"
THE LITERARY DIGEST - October 3, 1931
Foam and Fact in the ”New Beer" Rumpus
THE NEW REPUBLIC ~ September 23, 1931 ,
Washington Notes
Suspicious Quiet on the Wet Front — The Gathering Beer
Drive — Will H00ver Weaken?

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OUTLOOK AND INDEPENDENT — Editorials
Sept. 16, 1931 — Modification and Prospects
Sept. 30, 1931 — The Beer Rumor Again
OUTLOOK AND INDEPENDENT — September 23, 1931
"Grapes of Gall" ~ by Ray T. Tucker
California's Gift to a Noble Experiment
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A CARTOONIST'S PHILOSOPHY ~ Published by Percy Crosby, MC Lean, Virginia
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OL' RUM RIVER ~ Published by Thomas S. Rockwell Company, Chicago '
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MONTHLY MAGAZINES
THE AMERICAN MERCURY ~ February 1932 ‘
V An editorial

CURRENT HISTORY —. February 1932

Finland's Verdict Against Prohibition - by John H. Wuorinen
THE FORUM ~ February 1932 ,

, Youth and Prohibition — by Sally Martyn

HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE - February 1932

Wine On The Sea — by William McFee
RED BOOK — February 1932

We Need a New Amendment — by Eddie Cantor and David Freedman
REVIEW OF REVIEWS ~ February 1932

Arguing Against The Demon Rum ~ Editorial

Prohibition In This Year‘s Politics - Editorial

' Finland Votes Wet - by ROger Shaw
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THE ARGONAUT - Editorials
Jan. 8, 1932 _ Let Finland Lead Us
Jan. 15, 1932 — New Hampshire Speaks '
THE CENSOR ~ Editorials
Jan. 1%, 1932 ~ Thirteen Wet Republican Congressmen
Jan. 1M, 1932 — This Time It Is New Hampshire
Jan. 21, 1932 — Senators Learning The Truth About Beer
COLLIER‘S — January 30, 1932
States' Rights Ritchie — by George Creel
COLLIER‘S — February 6, 1932
V Dry by Courtesy - Editorial .
Bread, Booze and Taxes ~ Editorial
THE COMMONWEAL ~ Editorials
Jan. 20, 1932 ~ The Raskob Plan
Jan. 27, 1932 — Why Drys Are Wild
THE COMMONWEAL - January 20, 1932
Total Abstinence in America ~ by Edward J. Lyng
1 ‘ LIBERTY ~ January 23, 1932
A New Way Out Of Prohibition
"Go Back to the Constitution" says Alfred E. Smith
THE LITERARY DIGEST — January 16, 1932
What Finland's Wet Vote Says To Us
Finland's Next Step In Drinking
OUTLOOK AND INDEPENDENT ~ Editorials
Jan. 13, 1932 — Finland Leaves Us _
Jan. 20, 1932 — Raskob Plan
Jan. 20, 1932 - Ritchie's Candidacy
Feb. 3, 1932 - Another Hoover?
THE PORTLAND SPECTATOR — January 9, 1932
An editorial.
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE — January 10, 1932
The "Cat and Rat" Game In The Baltic — by Clair Price
"On Finland‘s Rum Row It Has Been Played
To The Limit For Many Years"

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MONTHLY MAGAZINES
CURRENT HISTORY — March 1932
- The Dilemma Of Prohibition ~ Current comment.
LAWYER AND BANKER — January—February 1932
Shall "Government Of The People, By The People,
For The People," Perish From The Earth? -
by Charles Hall Davis of the Virginia Bar
In Three Parts
Part I - The Judicial Surrender of American Liberties.
The Decisions of the Supreme Court in the
National Prohibition Cases
LIFE — March 1932
The Political Status of Prohibition ~ by Carter Field
PLAIN TALK — March 1932
The Ginger Jake Murderer — by Howard W. Ambruster
The Pros and Cons of Prohibition
Prohibition Is — by Deets Pickett
‘, Prohibition Ain't — by W. Henry Compton .
REVIEW OF REVIEWS — March 1932
Prohibition: Its Effect On Taxation — by C. T. Revere
Proposals to Tax the Liquor Business - An editorial.
Changing Views on Prohibition — An editorial.
VANITY FAIR ~ March 1932 ,
The Bootlegger: American Business Man - by Rion Bercovici
"A study in the evolution of the alcohol enterprise
showing how it has now become a respectable industry."

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THE ARGONAUT ~ Editorials

February 12, 1932 — Drys as Specimens

February 19, 1932 ~ Personal Liberty
COLLlER'S - February 27, 1932

The Blight That Failed _ An editorial. '
THE GENSOR - February 18, 1932

Forcible Argument Against Prohibition ~ An editorial.
LIBERTY - March 5, 1932

Drink and the Devil - by Jay Franklin

"A Warning to Optimists, Wet or Dry, Who
Expect a Referendum on Prohibition“

THE LITERARY DIGEST

February 6, 1932 ~ The Senate's Wet—Dry "Test"

February 13,1932 — Another Huge 20,000,000 Vote Prohibition Poll

February 27,1932 — Seventeen States Lock Horns in the Dry-Wet Poll

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MONTELY MAGAZINES
THE AMERICAN 1.4lech — April 1932
that Is Going On In The World ~ Editorial comment
COSMOPOLITAN — April 1932
Speakeasy de Luxe ~ by O. O. McIntyre
CURRENT HISTORY ~ April 1932 ‘
.Prohibition Again
FORUM — April 1932
Our National Moral Issue ~ by John Grier Hibben
"What the 13th Amendment Has Done to Us”
mama's MONTHLY 1'.iAGAZINE ~ April 1932 '
New York Speakeasy — by John Chapman Hilder
"A study of a Social Institution"
REVIEW OF REVIEWS — April 1932
Can Beer Be Made to Pay Taxes? — Editorial 'I
Sentiment Regarding Regeal — Editorial
VANITY FAIR — April 1932
The Eighteenth Amendment Can Be Repealed — by John Hemphill
WEEKLY MAGAZINES
THE ARGONAUT — Editorials
Feb. 26, 1932 — Rum and Ruin
_ Mar. 18, 1932 ~ A New Economic Boycott
Mar. 25, 1932 — Jubilant Wets
THE SENSOR — Editorials
Mar. 3, 1932 — Smith Makes The Issue Plain ‘
Mar. 17, 1932 — Don‘t Let Hooverism Destroy The Party Of Lincoln
Mar. 2M, 1932 — PTohibition Weakness and Wickedness
Mar. 21;, 1932 .- Congressional Vote on Prohibition

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COLLIER'S - March 26, 1932
Taxing The Bootlsgger - An editorial
THE COMMONWEAL — Editorials
Mar. 23, 1932 ~ .Temperance Control
Mar. 30, 1932 ~ A Shower in Congress
LIBERTY ~ March 26,1932
Prohibition~——A Great Campaign To Popularize Booze — An editorial. ,
LITERARY DIGEST '
Mar. 5, 1932 — Kansas The Lone Camel In A Ell—State Round—up
Mar. 5, 1932 — Alcohol From Wood
Mar. 5, 1932 - Prohibition and Mental Disease
Mar. 12, 1932 ~ Over the 2,000,000 Top Goes The 20,000,000 Poll
Mar. 12, 1932 ~ The Rum—Runners' "Spring Convention"
Mar. 19, 1332 — Prohibition On All Lips As The Poll Marches On
Mar. 19, 1932 ~ Main Street And The Prohibition Poll
Mar. 26, 1932 — The Wet—Dry Victory in Congress
Mar. 25, 1932 — statesmen Scurry as the P011 Hits 3,0U0,036
Apr. 2, 1932 — Dry—Wet Outposts Clash as Kansas Slips
Apr. 2, 1932 - Atlanta's "Imp of Hell" Wins
Apr. 2, 1932 — The Uproar Over the Bingham Beer Bill
Apr. 2, 1932 — The Drunkard Disappearing
THE NATION
Mar. 16, 1932 — Ari editorial
Mar. 23, 1932 — An editorial
THE NEW REPUBLIC ‘
Mar. 23, 1932 ~ An editorial
Mar. 30, 1932 ~ Washington Notes—Wets On The Warpath
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST ~ Feb. 27 to Apr. 2, 1932 Inclusive
Pay-Off - by Charles Francis Coo (A serial)
TIME — March 28, 1932
Republicans - Feeling Wetter

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MONTHLY MAGAZINES
THE AMERICAN MERCURY — April 1932
What Is Going On In The World ~ Editorial comment
COSMOPOLITAN ~ April 1932
Speakeasy de Luxe — by O. O. McIntyre
CURRENT HISTORY — April 1932
Prohibition Again
FORUM — April 1932
Our National Moral Issue ~ by John Grier Hibben
”What the 13th Amendment Has Done to Us"
EARPNR’S MONTHLY MAGAZINE — April 1932
New York Speakeasy — by John Chapman Hilder
"A study of a Social Institution”
REVIEW OF REVIEWS — April 1932
Can Beer Be Made to Pay Taxes? — Editorial
Sentiment Regarding Repeal — Editorial
VANITY FAIR — April 1932 "
The Eighteenth Amendment Can Be Repealed — by John Hemphill
WEEKLY MAGAZINES
THE ARGONAUT — 'Editorials
V Feb. 26, 1932 — Rum and Ruin
Mar. 18, 1932 ~ A New Economic Boycott
Mar. 25, 1932 — Jubilant Wets
THE CENSOR — Editorials
Mar. 3, 1932 — Smith Makes The Issue Plain
Mar. 17, 1932 — Don't Let Hooverism Destroy The Party Of Lincoln
Mar. 29, 1932 — Prohibition Weakness and Wickedness
Mar. 2M, 1932 ~ Congressional Vote on Prohibition

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COLLIER'S — March 26, 1932
Taxing The Bootlegger ~ An editorial
THE COMMONWEAL — Editorials
Mar. 23, 1932 ~ Temperance Control
Mar. 30, 1932 ~ A Shower in Congress
LIBERTY — March 26, 1932
Prohibition———A Great Campaign To P0pu1arize Booze — 'An editorial. '
LITERARY DIGEST
Mar. 5, 1932 ~ Kansas The Lone Camel In A 2H—State Round~up
Mar. 5, 1932 — Alcohol From Wood
Mar. 5, 1932 — Prohibition and Mental Disease
~ Mar. 12, 1932 — Over the 2,000,000 Top Goes The 20,000,000 Poll
Mar. 12, 1932 - The Rum—Runners‘ "Spring Convention"
Mar. 19, 1932 ~ Prohibition On All Lips As The Poll Marches On
Mar. 19, 1932 — Main Street And The Prohibition Poll
Mar. 26, 1932 ~ The Wet—Dry Victory in Congress
Mar. 26, 1932 - statesmen Scurry as the P011 Hits 3,0uo,o36
Apr. 2, 1932 — Dry—Wet Outposts Clash as Kansas Slips
Apr. 2, 1932 — Atlanta's "Imp of Hell" Wins
Apr. 2, 1932 — The Uproar Over the Bingham Beer Bill
Apr. 2, 1932 — The Drunkard Disappearing
THE NATION
Mar. 16, 1932 — An editorial
Mar. 23, 1932 — An editorial
THE NEW REPUBLIC
Mar. 23, 1932 — An editorial
Mar. 30, 1932 — Washington Notes—Nets On The Warpath
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST ~ Feb. 27 to Apr. 2, 1932 Inclusive
Pay—Off — by Charles Francis 009 (A serial)
TIME — March 28, 1932 .
Republicans ~ Feeling Wetter

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THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE — June 1932
We Are At War! — by General John J. Pershing
THE AMERICAN MERCURY — June 1932
What Is Going On In The World
A survey of the political situation, including comment on prohibition.
Pages From The Book Of Beer ~ by Bob Brown
ATLANTICA — April 1932 '
Prohibition At The Crossroads — by Dominick Lamonica
COSMOPOLITAN ~ June 1932
The Volstead Blues — by the authors of "Washington Merry—Go~Round"
CURRENT HISTORY
June 1932 — The Fight Against Prohibition
The Presidential Campaign Opens — by William B. Munro
July 1932 — The Party Conventions
The Speakeasy as a National Institution — by
Walter Anderson
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A Plea For Temperance ~ by Frances Parkinson Keyes
FORUM — June l932
' An Honest Party Platform — by William Hard
HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE
June 1932 — A Dry Warns The Drys — by Stanley High
July 1932 — Bock Beer Days In St. Louis ~ by Lucille Kohler
With Conventions In PrOSpect — by Edward S. Martin

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LAWYER AND BANKER — May—June 1932
Prohibition and The Use of Leased PrOperty
by Clarence M. Lewis of the New York Bar
Criticism of Supreme Court Decisions '
by Charles Hall Davis of the Virginia Bar
LIFE — June 1932
The Deficit.....Local Self Government ~ by E. S. Martin
NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW ~ July 1932
Wet England — by J. M. Kenworthy
PLAIN TALK — June 1932
Pros and Cons Of Prohibition
REVIEW OF REVIEWS
June 1932 — Shall There Be a Referendmm - Editorial
An Unofficial Prohibition Vote — Editorial
Prohibition Planks Four Years Ago — Editorial
July 1932 - An Advisory Referendum on Prohibition — by W. G. McAdoo
The Failure of Prohibition ~ by John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Prohibition at the White House Door
The Platform Plank on Prohibition — Editorial
The Debate and the Final Vote — Editorial
Should the States Control Liquor? — Editorial
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - June 1932
Sanity, Prohibition And The Federal Deficit ~ Editorial
VANITY FAIR ~ July 1932
These Dry Hands Shall Not Falter
Fish Dry — And Vote Wet! ~ by Corey Ford
"Our annual article about fishing becomes slightly involved
with our annual article about prohibition"
Cheerio! — by William B. Powell
"Some helpful hints on the art of drinking in London, with
necessarily explicit notes on how and where"
WORLD‘S WORK ~ June 1932
The Facts of Prohibition's Life — by William Preston Beazell
Editorial

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THE ARGONAUT — Editorials
May 6, 1932 — Bank Rates and Beer
May 6, 1932 — The Anti—Saloon League '
May 6, 1932 ~ Pity the Grape Growers!
May 20, 1932 — Revolt Against PTohibition
June 10, 1932 — The Turnabout
June 10, 1932 ~ Anti—Prohibition Progress

THE CENSOR — Editorials
May 12, 1932 — Has Rotted Itself To Extinction
May 19, 1932 ~ Repeal or Revise the Volstead Law
May 26, 1932 — As Dr. Butler Sees It
May 26, 1932 — Church People Not All ”Drys"
June 2, 1932 ~ Illinois Republicans Distinctly Wet
June 22, 1932 — Hoover's Attitude on Prohibition
June 9, 1932 — All—Wet Ticket For Congress
June 16, 1932 — Methodists, Intelligence, and Prohibition
June 16, 1932 — Rockefeller's Practical Non—Partisanism
June 23, 1932 — “Mercenaries” in Southern States Did The Job
June 30, 1932 — The People Have The Power

COLLIER‘S — May 28, 1932
After the Drought is Over — An editorial

THE COMMONWEAL
June 22, 1932 — The Face on the Bar~room Floor
July 6, 1932 — Diogenes‘ New Search

THE LITERARY DIGEST
May, 1M, 1932 — Which Side "Got the Breaks” in the Big P011?
May 28, 1932 — The Wet Upheaval in Ohio
May 28, 1932 — Let the Government Use the "Digest" Poll Method,

suggests Professor Willcox

June 1+, 1932 _ The Methodist Challenge to the Wets
June 11, 1932 ~ Mrs. Grundy's Cecktail
June 18, 1932 — Rockefeller‘s Repeal Bombshell
June 18, 1932 — North Carolina's Wet—Dry Eye—Opener
June 25, 1932 — Drunken Animals and Insects
June 25, 1932 — In the Trenches for Prohibition
June 25, 1932 — The Chicago Vote on Repeal and the ”Digest" Poll
June 25, 1932 ~ Some Cold Facts for P011 Critics
June 25, 1932 ~ The Republican Drift to Wetward
July 2, 1932 ~ Borah‘s Bolt From the Blue

THE NATION
June 22, 1932 ~ Editorials
June 29, 1932 — Beer, Bums and Republicans — by Mauritz A. Hallgren
July 6, 1932 — Butler, Borah. and Bunk

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June 22, 1932 — Republicans and Prohibition — Editorial
’ June 29, 1932 — Editorial
July 6, 1932 — Washington Notes
Convention Leaders — Drowning Our Sorrows in Booze ~
Hoover‘s Cloudy Plank — High and Dry with Borah
NEW YORKER
2 June H, 1932 — That Was New York "Make Mine A Raspberry”
' Notes in the life of John.B. Cough by Beverly Smith
3- June 11, 1932 — Autobiography With Adjuration
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O Congress,Give The Children Beerl-by Samuel Hoffenstein
July 2, 1932 ~ Keep and Enforce
; NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE MAGAZINE
Shall the Underworld Rule? — by Denis Tilden Lynch
A series of articles on the "Rising Power of Gangdom — a
Warning to the United States", beginning in the June 5, 1932 9
issue.
NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE — July 3, 1932
The Long Drama of Prohibition — by Charles Merz
SATURDAY EVENING POST
May 11+, 1932 — The Wine of Violence — Editorial
June 11, 1932 — June Picnic,or Getting Wet All Over—by Katharine Dayton
TIME — May 16, 1932 V
”The Backs of the Poor"
Report on general conference of the Methodist EpiSCOpal Church
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THE AMERICAN MERCURY — August 1932
Drug—Store In A Dry Town — by Bob Brown
AMERICAN MONTHLY — August 1932
That Dry—Wet Plank ~ Editorial
BRASS TACKS — August 1932
Repeal Not Necessary To Solve Problems of Prohibition
by Chrichton Clarke and Rascal T. Avery
A Strange Case — by M. C. Blackman
"Maybe we are all home—brewers under the skin, and even the
most rabid of Drys come to it under some circumstances."
After Prohibition — What? — by Jeanie Rumsey Sheppard
CURRENT HISTORY — September 1932
The Rise and Fall of Prohibition — by Louis M. Hacker
FOOD INDUSTRIES — August 1932
Why Fear Prohibition Repeal? — by E. Scott Pattison
FORUM — September 1932
Are The Drys Licked? — by Paul Hutchinson
HARPER‘S MONTHLY MAGAZINE — August 1932
Likker Ashore (Fiction) — by Mary Heaton Vorse
LITE, ~ August 1932
- Women As Law Makers — Mrs. Peabody‘s Kansas — by E. S. Martin
A Send This Telegram For Repeal (Advertisement)
'"This appeal to the voters of America is appearing in the
Leading Newspapers Throughout The United States Today"

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PLAIN TALK — August 1932
The Pendulum Swings — Editorial
John D. And Liquor ~ Editorial
PLAIN TALK — September 1932
Both Wets and Drys Are Wrong — by Emily Newell Blair
How To Scrap The Volstead Act — by O. P. Marmon
REVIEW OF REVIEWS — August 1932
Does The Racketeer Want Prohibition? — by Burdette G. Lewis
Changes In Prohibition Sentiment — Editorial
Demand For Prohibition Repeal ~ Editorial
REVIEW OF REVIEWS and WORLD‘S WORK — September 1932
What Shall We Do About Prohibition? — by Henry W. Anderson
The PreSident Considers Prohibition — and other editorials
SCRIBNER'S — September 1932
Beer Town (Fiction) ~ by Meridel LeSueur
VANITY FAIR ~ September 1932
Evolution Of The Speakeasy — by Julian Jerome
WEEKLY MAGAZINES
AMERICAN GROCER ~ August 17, 1932
The Nation's Drink Bill Reaches Nearly Two Billion Dollars — Editorial _
THE ARGONAUT — Editorials
July 15, 1932 — Finland's Liquor
July 22, 1932 — Prohibition Technique
Aug. 5, 1932 — Public Affairs
Aug. 19, 1932 — The Democratic Faux Pas
Aug. 26, 1932 — Public Affairs
THE CENSOR — Editorials
July 7, 1932 - Kiel Takes Lead in Repeal Campaign
July 7, 1932 ~ Bingham Forces Showdown on Modification
July lu, 1932 — Wet and Dry Voters' Guide
July 1M, 1932 - Wet Plank Repudiated by Democratic Senators
July 21, 1932 ~ Koehler, Wet, Republican, For Governor
July 21, 1932 — Must Elect Wet Congress
Aug. n, 1932 — Prohibition Totally Devoid of Principle
Aug. 25, 1932 — Vote For Wets Only For Congress

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COLLIER'S
July 16, 1932 Loaded For Beer — by John B. Kennedy
July 30, 1932 How Bootleggers Stole The War — by William G. Shepherd
Ride The Tide — Editorial
Aug. 6, 1932 My Views On Liquor And The Law — by Henry Ford
Aug. 13, 1932 The Shattered Cause of Temperance — by Winston Churchill
Aug. 27, 1932 Make Mine A Speakeasy — by Miriam H0pkins
The Wet Betrayal ~ by Clinton W. Gilbert
Sept.lO, 1932 Who Will Sell Liquor — by William G. Shepherd
THE COMMONWEAL — Editorials
July 13, 1932 Protecting The Drys .
July 27, 1932 Temperance versus Prohibition
Aug. 10, I932 The Costs of Prohibition
STOCK MARKET FINANCE ~ July 15, I932
The Problems of Prohibition
"The Possible Effects of Repeal or Modification on Certain Securities
LIBERTY - Sept. 10, 1932
Why American Mothers Demand Repeal! — by Mrs. Charles H. Sabin
‘ THE LITERARY DIGEST
July 9, 1932 — The Drys‘ Sorrow Over Mr. Rockefeller
July 9, 1932 — Every Man a Bootlegger
July 9, 1932 — The Democratic Repeal Splash i
July is, 1932 — The Dilemma of the Drys .
Aug. 6, 1932 — Dry Wit From A Dry Candidate Who Hates To Look ”All Wet" ‘
Aug. 20, 1932 — Kansas Stays Dry, Missouri Wet
' Aug. 27, I932 — The Hoover Straw On The Camel‘s Back
Sept. 3, I932 — A Dry Blast From Curtis and Kansas
THE NATION — July 20, 1932
Editorial
THE NEW REPUBLIC — July 20, 1932
Golden Moonshine
TIME — July 18, 1932
Prohibition — Ladies at Roslyn

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CURRENT HISTORY — October 1932
Finland Under the New Liquor Law — by Ralph Thompson
FORUM - October 1932
Wake Up, Supreme Court!
The 18th Amendment Violates the Constitution
— by Joseph Percival Pollard
HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE - October 1932
Editor‘s Easy Chair ~ Our Presidential Summer
— by Edward S. Martin - Editorial Comment
THE LAWYER AND BANKER — July—August 1932
Bureaucratic Despotism Vs. State's Rights - Editorial
LIFE _ October 1932 7
While There‘s Life, There's Hope — Editorial
NEW OUTLOOK — October 1932
Prohibition — The Future — Editorial
NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW — October 1932
‘ How Long, 0 Prohibition? — by Herbert Brueker
PLAIN TALK — October 1932
Professional Drys — Editorial

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THE ARGONAUT — September 2, 1932
Public Affairs — Editorial
THE CENSOR ~ September 8, 1932
Get Rid of Prohibition — Editorial
THE COMMONWEAL - Editorials
.September 28. 1932 — True Temperance Reform
October 5, 1932 - On Drinking in Public
THE LITERARY DIGEST
September 10, 1932 - Roosevelt‘s Prohibition Blast
October 1, 1932 — A New Death Sentence for the Saloon
THE NATION — October 5, 1932
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September 25, 1932 - The Saloon — Past and Future _ by Wi11 Irwin
October 2, 1932 — If The Saloon Comes Back — by Will Irwin
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST - October 1, 1932
Booze and Circuses — by Samuel G. Blythe

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AMERICAN MERCURY — November 1932
Commentary — Animadversions on the Campaign

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THE ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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Prohibitionz, A National Experiment ‘

THE COUNTRY HOME — October 1932
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HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE — November 1932
Augusta And The Brewers' Big Horses

A Story — by Dorothy Thomas

PLAIN TALK — November 1932
How Dry Is Hoover?

— by Rev. Clarence True Wilson
, The Rape of Prohibition
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THE ARGONAUT — October 14, 1932

Re-Elect Mr. Hoover — Editorial
THE CENSOR — October 20, 1932

Modification The Only Rational Method — Editorial
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October 15, 1932 — Be Your Age — by Don marquis

October 22, 1932 — Tell Them What You.Want _ Editorial

October 29, 1932 — Something with a Kick - by Don Marquis

November 5, 1932 — The Same Old Fight — by Owen P. White
THE COMMONWEAL _ October 26, 1932

Was ReVOlutionary America Dry? — by George Holladay McKee
LIBERTY ~ October 29, 1932

Beer or Civil War — by Rupert Hughes '
THE LITERARY DIGEST — October 15, 1932

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THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE ~ October 30, 1932

The Growing Menace of the Racketeer

— by Gordon L. Hostetter

THE NEW YOBKER — October 22, 1932

Profiles (Mrs. Charles H. Sabin)
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST

The Democratic Case — by Albert C. Ritchie
TIME — October 24, 1932

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PROHIBITION AGENT NO. I
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MONTHLY MAGAZINES
AMERICAN MERCURY — December, 1932
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CURRENT HISTORY — December, 1932
The Supreme Court Rules That .— b
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THE INDEX _ October, 1932 "
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The Election in Retrospect — Editorial
The End of an Era — by Forrest Davis

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THE ARGONAUT
October 28. 1932 — Public Affairs — Editorial
November 25, 1932 _ Public Affairs — Editorial
The End of a Farce — Editorial
THE CENSOR — November 3, 1932
Wet Candidates for Congress - Editorial
COLLIER‘S — Nevember 26, 1982
If it isn‘t Booze, it‘s Something Else
by William G. Shepherd
Disposing of Liquor _ Editorial
THE COLWDNWEALTH — November 30, 1932
Looking in the Glass — Editorial
THE LITERARY DIGEST
November 5, 1932 » Roosevelt Bags 41 States Out of 48
November 19, 1932 ~ Nets and Drys Line Up for the Beer Battle
November 26, 1932 — Economics of a Wine—Beer Comeback
THE NEW REPUBLIC
November 15, 1932 — Editorial
November 30, 1932 — Editorial
December 7, 1932 _ After Prohibition — What? by Lindsay ngers
THE NEW YORKER — December 5, 1932
A Reporter At Large — Beer: by Alva Johnston
TIME
November 7, 1932 _ Uhited.Wets
November 28, 1932. Beer—For—Revenue?

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AMERICAN MERCURY - January, 1953
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CURRENT HISTORY — January, 1955
If Beer Returns — by Louis M. Hacker
GRAPHIC SURVEY — November, 1932
Medicine Looks At Alcohol — by Haven Emerson, M. D.
NEW OUTLOOK — January, 1935
Repeal — First Skirmish — Editorial
REVIEW OF REVIEWS AND WORLD'S WORK — December, 1952
And Still We Have a Deficit — ty Howard Florance
Prohibition Must Be Dealt With — Editorial
VANITY FAIR - January, 1955
Ninety Thousand Gallons Of It — by Charles K. O'Neill

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THE ARGONAUT
December 9, 1952 - Modification Technique — Editorial
December 16, 1952 — Liquor Lessons: Old and New — Editorial
December 25, 1952 - Congress Acts — Editorial
THE CENSOR (
December 8, 1952 - The Blame Rests On Garner — Editorial
Practical Men On Prohibition — Editorial
Repeal Or Modification - Editorial
December 22, 1952 ~"Strongest Weakness" of Prohibition — ,
Editorial
COLLIER'S — December 17, 1952 '
Two Steps Toward Recovery — Editorial
THE COMMONWEAL ~ December 14, 1952
Prohibition and Tolerance ~ by John A. Ryan
Repeal or Otherwise — Editorial
THE LITERARY DIGEST
December 17, 1952 - The House Repeal Failure
December 24, 1952 - The Beer Schooner Sailing a Stormy Sea
THE NEW REPUBLIC - December 14, 1952
The Week - Tditorial '
THE NEW YORK TIMES — December 25, 1952
Liquor Control: A Survey of Forty—Six Varying Systems -
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TIME
December 12, 1952 - No Repeal
January 2, 1955 — Prohibition — New Milestone

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THE ATERICAN LEGION — January, 1955 ;
As Beer Draws Near — by August A. Busch, Jr.
AMERICAN MERCURY — February, 1955
The Downfall of a Dry Moses » by Allen Peden
It Is Even Worse in England — by H. W. Seaman
JUDGE — January, 1953 ‘
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PLAIN TALK — February, 1935 . §
What Will The Professional "Drys" Do About It? — Editorial
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December 30, 1932 - Snubbed Wine - Editorial 1
January 6, 1953 - A Model for Liquor Control — Editorial 9
January 6, 1955 — The Long Lane Turns — Editorial *
THE CENSOR .
January 12, 1953 — Desirable Prohibition '
January 19, 1933 - Is She a Specimen W. C. T. U. Leader?
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January 21, 1933 — Let's Park Our Prejudices — Editorial
January 28, 1933 — What's Wrong With Congress — Editorial

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January ll, 1953 - Murder for Prohibition — Editorial
February 1, 1933 — Communications,- Prohibition and Intolerance
- by John A. Ryan
IIBERTY
January El, 1935 - Saloon or Speakeasy ~ Which? - Editorial
January 28, 1953 — "Die Brauerei" ~ The Saga of Beer
— by Amram Scheinfeld
THE LITERARY DIGEST _
January 7, 1933 — On Girls Learning to Drink
January 7, 1953 — Tests of Intoxication
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE
January 22, 1933 - From Saloon to Speakeasy - And NOW? ‘
— by Russell Owen
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST
January 28, 1933 - I Fell Off The Water wagon — (Anonymous)

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AMERICAN MERCURY - March, 1955
Wine Frovamerican Grapes ~ by Philip Wagner
FORUM — March, 1935
The American Liquor Monopoly - A Foreword by the Editor
NEW OUTLOOK - February, 1935
Prohibition — Editorial
PLAIN TALK - March, 1953
Prohibition Should Have Been Raped — by Mary Dawson Cain
VANITY FAIR - March, 1935
A New Deal for the Open Saloon - by Joel Sayre
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January 27, 1955 - A Wet Maze - Editorial
February 3, 1955 — The Master's Wine — Editorial
February 24, l935 — A warning ~ Editorial
THE CENSOR
February 9, 1953 — Wedsworth On The Fighting Line - Editorial
Setting The People At Naught ~ Editorial
February 25, lQBZ—End of Prohibition ~ Editorial
THE COMMONWEAL
February 22, 1955 ~ Nature and the Prohibitionist
- by Eliot Kaye Stone
_ Prohibition Repeal - Editorial
March 1, 1955 — The Drys Lose — Editorial
LIBERTY
February ll, 1953 - Our Lawless Lawmakers - by Jay Franklin
THE LITERARY DIGEST
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March 4, 1935 — States Preparing for the Great Repeal Battle
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