Prohibition Inside Out

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Law - 320 pages
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1923. Haynes, the Prohibition Commissioner, recounts his experiences with those who, for personal gain, are constantly trying to defeat the purpose of the law, and assures the prohibitionists that there has been ever present the counterbalancing element that has been helpful, sincere, earnest, cooperative and patriotic. Contents: Crowning the Crusaders; Glimpses of the Moonshine Still; Hazards of the Moonshine Chase; Bartering for the Agent's Honor; The Allurements of Dishonesty; Running the Rum Blockade; Liquor Leaks on the Canadian Border; Enforcement, and the Big Violator; The Violator's Day of Reckoning; Conspiracies, International in Scope; The Highjacker; Fallen Heroes; Un-American Propaganda; The Poison Cup; Safeguarding Lawful Liquor Activities; Justice and the Prohibition Law; The Respectable Citizen Violator; Joint Responsibility, Federal and State; The Invincible Allies; Results of the Great Adventure; Milestones of Progress; and The Signs of the Times.

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