28th & 26th

They said Vermont was doubtful on Repeal, pointed for proof to its first prohibition law in 1852, its dry record ever since. But when the votes were counted last week it was found that Green Mountaineers stood 2-to-1 in favor of the 21st Amendment. Only about half the usual number of voters turned out for the election, nonvoters feeling that Repeal was now inevitable. With Vermont as the 25th consecutive State to turn thumbs on the 18th Amendment, about two-thirds of those voting were on record for Repeal. The...

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