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Presbyterian preacher Billy Sunday (1862 - 1935) was, without a doubt, one of the leading figures advocating for the adoption of a national prohibition law by 1919. When it became clear to many that Prohibition was causing far more problems than it solved, he continued to strongly support the legislation, and after its repeal in 1933, the Preacher called for its reinstatement.

From Amazon: Billy Sunday and the Redemption of Urban America

Also from Amazon: THE PROHIBITION QUESTION - Delivered at the Park Avenue Baptist Church October 14, 1928

     


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Billy Sunday Campaign Trail  for Prohibition  (Literary Digest, 1913)

Billy Sunday Campaign Trail  for Prohibition  (Literary Digest, 1913)

Billy Sunday Campaign Trail  for Prohibition  (Literary Digest, 1913)

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