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In the summer of 1923, forty state superintendents of the Anti-Saloon League convened in Westerville, Ohio in order that they might assess the changes wrought by Prohibition and draw-up plans for the coming year.

"On comparing notes, they agreed that the Atlantic states are not more than 50% dry and the country as a whole not more than 70% dry and they decided that the next five years would be the hardest for them- that full enforcement of the Volstead Act cannot be attained before 1930...In a final proclamation the meeting set forth: 'The opposing forces are drawn up for the supreme struggle. It is law or liquor; the constitution or anarchy.'"


The Anti-Saloon League Convenes (Time Magazine, 1923)

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