Over time, the objective of the temperance movement changed from a reduction in drinking to the outright prohibition of alcohol
Yet, as I said, only a policeman or politician with a death wish would call for the prohibition of alcohol
12) When the drys met resistance, which they did, they turned to the state and demanded the legal prohibition of alcohol
Law could merely drive abortion underground and create the same evils that existed under the prohibition of alcohol
By 1914, legal restrictions on opium and heroine were soon followed by the prohibition of alcohol
As for content, one endearing aspect is the snapshot of a Baptist college-student's life: chapel requirements, prohibition of alcohol
and tobacco, chaperoning of coed events, literary clubs, etc.
And he compared current policy to the prohibition of alcohol
in the USA which, he said, only succeeded in producing a massive criminal underworld.
Their agenda," Tremont says, "is total, 100 percent prohibition of alcohol
This session, which was primarily convened for the purpose of considering certain bills relating to the enforcement of statewide prohibition of alcohol
(which had been achieved in 1909),(39) began on September 8.
Beyond supporting higher excise taxes and restrictions on advertising, the presidential candidates should be calling for educational programs in schools and the mass media, universally available treatment for alcoholism and other drug addictions, and the prohibition of alcohol
purchases and alcohol advertising as tax-deductible business expenses (the last measure alone would raise $2 billion annually).
During the budgets session of the House in February this year, Singh had sneaked into Bihar assembly with alcohol bottles, which he smashed on the assembly doorway, demanding prohibition of alcohol
in the state.