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"Now the people can decide, after more than thirteen years of Prohibition."

"Surprising the country, the lame-duck Congress, hereto staunchly dry, reverses itself 'in a stampede toward repeal,' to permit the people to decide Prohibition's fate."

"To kill Prohibition the wets must get thirty-six states to ratify the Twenty-first Amendment. Can they do it?"

"'No Surrender, No Retreat, No Compromise!' is their slogan, coined by Edward Dunford, counsel of the Anti-Saloon League. 'The wet Prohibition repeal program will be fought to a finish at the State capitals, before the people in the election of delegates, and in legal proceedings, if necessary."

Click here to read more about the repeal of Prohibition.

     


Congress Discusses the Repeal of Prohibition (Literary Digest, 1933)

Congress Discusses the Repeal of Prohibition (Literary Digest, 1933)

Congress Discusses the Repeal of Prohibition (Literary Digest, 1933)

Congress Discusses the Repeal of Prohibition (Literary Digest, 1933)

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