2 Notre Dame Law. 73 (1927)
Prohibition assumes that our plan of government has not worked out and that it ought to be destroyed; the average citizen who has loved that form of government and fought for it in and out of the ranks is not prepared to accept the Prohibition theory. Sooner or later he will realize that as long as Prohibition is in vogue the goddess of American liberty is in chains. Formally or informally, in justification of our history Prohibition with all of its contemptible un-American ramifications must go down; and it will go down.
Clarence E. Manion,
What Price Prohibition,
2 Notre Dame Law. 73 (1927).
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