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Deliver Us from Evil: An Interpretation of American Prohibition by  Norman H Clark - Paperback - 1976 - from Bruce McLeod and

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Deliver Us from Evil: An Interpretation of American Prohibition

by Clark, Norman H

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W W Norton, 1976. VERY GOOD+ trade paperback. Crisp, clean, no markings. 5.25" x 8", 246 pages, index. This book shows the profound impact of the prohibition of alcohol on political history before 1916, and analyzes its ambiguous triumph in the 1920s. In doing so, it reveals the relationship between liquor control and the unique moral history of the American family. . Soft Cover.


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