Ramrod broken ; or, The Bible, history, and common sense in favor of the moderate use of good spirituous liquors : showing the advantage of a license system in preference to prohibition, and "moral" in preference to "legal suasion."
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Discussion of temperance, moderate use and prohibition in regard to alcohol consumption and why moderation is a better approach to alcohol abuse than prohibition. The work examines the Bible, laws, including the Maine law, temperance arguments, etc., and is entirely anti-teomperance and pro-moderation in its viewpoints. There are two chapters on American wines.