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Edward Behr. Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America. Arcade Publishing. 1996. 262pp.

Sean Dennis Cashman. Prohibition: The Lie of the Land. New York: Free Press. 1981. 290pp.

Norman H. Clark. The Dry Years: Prohibition and Social Change in Washington. University of Washington Press. 1988. 332pp.

Fletcher Dobyns. The Amazing Story of Repeal: An Exposť of the Power of Propaganda. Willett, Clark & Company. 1940. 457pp.

John Kobler. Ardent Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1973. 386pp.

David E. Kyvig. Repealing National Prohibition. Kent State University Press. 2000. 274pp.

Gilman M. Ostrander. The Prohibition Movement in California, 1848-1933. University of California Press. 1957. 241pp.

John J. Rumbarger. Profits, Power, and Prohibition: Alcohol Reform and the Industrializing of America, 1800-1930. SUNY Press. 1989. 272pp.

James Benson Sellers. The Prohibition Movement in Alabama, 1702 to 1943. University of North Carolina Press. 1943. 325pp.

Daniel Jay Whitener. Prohibition in North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press. 1946. 268pp.

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