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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Andreae, Percy, b. 1858.
Prohibition movement in its broader bearings upon our social, commercial and religious liberties.
Chicago, Ill. : F. Mendelsohn, ©1915
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|Description:||421 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||A glimpse behind the mask of prohibition --
The reverend Charles F. Aked, D.D., and his divine master : a contrast --
Some reflections on the moral aspects of prohibition --
The brewer and the retail liquor traffic --
Address in support of a proposed amendment to the Rose County option law --
Truth from a brewer's standpoint --
Some fallacies and a moral --
Address before the committee on temperance of the Ohio House of Representatives in support of the dean amendment to the Rose County option law --
Opening address delivered before the Second International Brewers' Congress, Chicago, October 18, 1911 --
Argument on constitutional license --
Argument on proposed license codes --
Why a brewer is proud of his business --
Open letter to Dean Walter T. Sumner --
Political and personal liberty --
Comments on Mr. Andreae's banquet address --
Nation-wide prohibition and its effects upon the American hotels and their patrons --
Personal liberty --
The need of a national liberty day --
The real menace of prohibition --
When the majority is king --
When a minority is the people --
Some reflections on the relation between liberty and law --
Liberty, race culture, and our balance of profit and loss.