PROHIBITION: Plebiscite, Parades

With 187 Congressmen on record as Wet (TIME, March 21) and the nation economically ailing, antiProhibitionists have been pointing with new emphasis and hope to drink as a source of revenue and employment. Last week the economic argument for Prohibition reform had gathered enough momentum to cause plans for monster "beer parades" throughout the land, and three famed Drys came out in favor of resubmission of Prohibition to the people.

At the Jefferson Day dinner in Washington onetime Governor Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia, firm teetotaler, proposed a Constitutional amendment modifying or...

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