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"The best we can say is that the question of liquor regulation - a thorn intermittently in the side of our politics since the 1840s - seems certain to be returned to the states. Which is at once an advance over the current arrangement and harking back to the troublesome pre-prohibition days when John Barleycorn was a symbol of contention throughout the Republic...One fact seems certain: We haven't yet settled the issue of how and when, if at all, man shall enjoy the traditional pleasures of the glass."

     


An Era's End (New Outlook Magazine, 1932)

An Era's End (New Outlook Magazine, 1932)

An Era's End (New Outlook Magazine, 1932)

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