International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Beer George Louis, "Regulation of the Liquor Trade [in Africa]," as given in African Questions at the Paris Peace Conference, 1923, pp. 221-29.
Buell Raymond L., "Note on the Convention of Saint Germain Relating to the Liquor Traffic in Africa Signed September 10, 1919," as given in Native Problem in Africa, 1928, Vol. 2, pp. 942-49.
Johnston H. H., "Alcohol in Africa," Nineteenth Century, September 1911, Vol. 70, pp. 476-94.
Macdonald A. J., "Africa: the Liquor Question; Christianity and Prohibition," as given in Trade Politics and Christianity in Africa and the East, 1916, pp. 62-126.
U. S. Congress, House, Committee on Appropriations, Hearings on Department of State Appropriation Bill, [fiscal year] 1932, pp. 243-44; 1933, pp. 319-20; 1934, p. 209; 1935, p. 142.
-----, -----, -----, Hearings on First Deficiency Appropriation Bill, [fiscal year] 1930, p. 614.
U. S. State Department, . . . Certified Copy of Convention Relating to Liquor Traffic in Affrica, Signed St. Germain-en- Laye, Sept. 10, 1919, with Report from Secretary of State Recommending That this Convention be Ratified with Reservation in Regard to Arbitral Procedure, 1928. 8 pp. (70 Cong., S. ex. doc. P.)
Wyndham H. A., "The Problem of the West African Liquor Traffic," Journal of Royal Institute of International Affairs, November 1930, Vol. 9, pp. 801-18.

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