PROHIBITION: 'Abundantly Clear

To find where the fate of National Prohibition will eventually be decided, look away down South in Dixie. Next week Alabama. Arkansas and Tennessee will hold elections to ratify the 21st Amendment. "If all three agree to Repeal," said Postmaster General Farley last week, "it will all be over."

To help make it "all over," President Roosevelt for the first time since taking office came out with a public announcement of his position on Repeal. To avoid stirring up unnecessary dissensions within his own party, he had refrained from blunt utterances on the...

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