Shaping the Eighteenth Amendment: Temperance Reform, Legal Culture, and the Polity, 1880-1920

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ABBREVIATIONS USED
AJVP Andrew J. Volstead Papers, Minnesota Historical Society
ASL Anti-Saloon League
Cyclopaedia Cyclopaedia of Temperance and Prohibition ( New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1891)
DATB Mark Lender, Dictionary of American Temperance Biography ( West-
port, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984)
ECDP Edwin C. Dinwiddie Papers, Manuscript Department, Library of
Congress
EYWP Edwin Yates Webb Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Univer-
sity of North Carolina Library
HCP Heriot Clarkson Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University
of North Carolina Library
HHRP Howard Hyde Russell Papers, Series 15, Temperance and Prohibi-tion Papers, Microfilm Edition (Michigan Historical Collections,
Ohio Historical Society, and Woman's Christian Temperance
Union)
JBP Joseph Bailey Papers, Dallas Historical Society
NA58 Treasury Department, Internal Revenue--Record Group 58, National Archives
NA267 Records of Supreme Court, Record Group 267, National Archives
OGCP Oscar G. Christgau Papers, Minnesota Historical Society
RPHP Richmond P. Hobson Papers, Manuscript Department, Library of
Congress
SEAP Ernest Cherrington, ed., Standard Encyclopaedia of the Alcohol Prob-
lem, 6
vols. ( Westerville, Ohio: American Issue Publishing, 1925-30
TPP Temperance and Prohibition Papers, Microfilm Edition (Michigan
Historical Collections, Ohio Historical Society, and Woman's Chris-
tian Temperance Union)
USBA United States Brewers' Association
VASLP Virginia Anti-Saloon League Papers, Swem Library, College of
William and Mary
WCTU Woman's Christian Temperance Union

INTRODUCTION. REFORMERS AND THE POLITY
1. Carry A. Nation, The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation ( Topeka, Kans.: E. M. Stevens and Sons, 1909), 134; see also Robert Lewis Taylor, Vessel of Wrath: The Life and Times of Carry Nation ( New York: Signet Books, 1966), 113-17,

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