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House Prohibition Hearings 1930

Spokesman of the "Wets", who denied the sweeping claims of the "Drys", as to the social and economic benefits of prohibition in their testimony April 23, 1930 before the House Judiciary Committee's hearing in Washington. The hearing is on bills to repeal the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution. Left to right: Pierre S. DuPont, Wilmington, DE., Miss Elizabeth C. Harris of the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform; and Major General Clarence R. Edwards, MA., former commander of the "Yankee Division" of the (AEF) U.S. American Expeditionary Forces. (AP Photo)

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