The liquor question was settled for Franklin Delano Roosevelt by the Democratic party in convention last June. It was settled for the Republican party by Herbert Hoover's acceptance speech last August. Where Prohibition is still an issue is in the nation's Congressional Districts. Less than two weeks before the electorate was to seat 435 Representatives and 33 Senators, militant U. S. Wets last week prepared for another vigorous putsch, feeling handicapped by the fact that the national spotlight was not playing on their many small but...

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