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An American woman preaching Prohibition to a crowd of well-dressed American citizens. Colour lithograph, 192-.
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
[between 1920 and 1929?]
"Observance and enforcement not repeal": this phrase represents the view of the WCTU (Woman's Christian Temperance Union), in opposition to the AAPA (Association against the Prohibition Amendment) and the WONPR (Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform)--Jack S. Blocker, American temperance movements, Boston 1989, pp. 120-123; Rachel E. Bohlmann, Drunken husbands, drunken state, Ann Arbor 2001, p. 367
Prohibition. Observance and enforcement not repeal.
Wellcome Library no. 679907i