april 1921

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    Relative Values in Prohibition

    “Now you find law-abiding citizens, who have drunk nothing alcoholic in years, making wines and beer in their homes. Many men who had quit drinking, or were moderate consumers of whiskey and brandy brought in from other states, seem to have taken a fresh start.”

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