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by James C. Fernald. Text written from the prohibitionist point of view on how to make prohibition work through economic means, i.e. making the sale and production of liquor prohibitively expensive so that no one would participate in the alcohol trade. No geocoding Internet Archive From the collection of the San Francisco Theoloical Seminary. Sonoma County Tourism Grant (2010-2011) Grant provided to the Sonoma County Library through the Sonoma County Advertising Program High
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399183 economicsofprohi00fernuoft.pdf ; economicsofprohi00fernuoft.epub ; economicsofprohi00fernuoft.mobi WL LA R 363.41 FERNALD 1890 10000607650600 (heal WL LA R 363.41 FERNALD 1890) economicsofprohi00fernuoft.pdf; economicsofprohi00fernuoft.epub; economicsofprohi00fernuoft.mobi economicsofprohi00fernuoft http://heritage.sonomalibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll13/id/1046
Wine and Winemaking Alcoholism Drinking of alcoholic beverages Prohibition