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Mabel Willebrandt
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A 1924 COLLIER'S MAGAZINE article concerning Mrs. Mabel Willebrandt (1889 - 1963), the Assistant Attorney General of the United States between the years 1921 through 1929, her tremendous successes in the past and her ambitions to hold fast in the enforcement of the Volstead Act:

"'Give me the authority and let me have my pick of 300 men and I'll make this country as dry as it is humanly possible to get it,' she said without the slightest trace of braggadocio. 'There's one way it can be done: get at the source of supply. I know them, I have no patience with this policy of going after the hip-pocket and speakeasy cases. That's like trying to dry up the Atlantic ocean with a blotter.'"

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Click here to read a 1943 article that looks back on the ten years since the repeal of that law.

     


Mabel Walker Willebrandt Takes On Prohibition (Collier's Magazine, 1924)

Mabel Walker Willebrandt Takes On Prohibition (Collier's Magazine, 1924)

Mabel Walker Willebrandt Takes On Prohibition (Collier's Magazine, 1924)

Mabel Walker Willebrandt Takes On Prohibition (Collier's Magazine, 1924)

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