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The opposite number of the Anti-Saloon League (established 1893) was The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (1918 - 1933). As the name implied, it was organized for the purpose of repealing Prohibition in the United States and sought to achieve this end by printing pamphlets and articles and engaging lecturers. This short notice announced that the Association was setting up the Face the Facts conference in the Nation's Capital - to be convened immediately after the League had closed their own conference. Many elected officials would be in attendance; among the speakers was

"John Philip Hill (1879 1941), Representative from Maryland, who last Summer dared Prohibition Commissioner Haynes to arrest him for making grape juice in his cellar."

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The Resistance (Time Magazine, 1923)

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