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

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INDEX
Abolitionists and antislavery, 23, 31, 33, 35, 40, 193
Abolitionist-type reforms, 5, 9, 21, 36, 149-54, 189, 193-97, 257. See also Antigambling movement; Antiobscenity movement; Antiprostitution movement
Adams Express Company v. Iowa, 178, 182
Adams Express Company v. Kentucky, ( 1907), 186
Adams Express Company v. Kentucky, ( 1908), 186, 188
Adams Express Company v. Kentucky, ( 1914), 222, 224
Adamson, William, 168
American Express Company v. Iowa, 178, 184
Anderson, William, 143, 144, 164, 184, 211, 244, 253, 255, 270
Anheuser-Busch Company, 47, 88, 179, 181
Antigambling movement, 14, 21, 151, 257
Antiliquor advertising laws, 237-38
Antiobscenity movement, 4, 23, 36-37, 151
Antiprostitution movement, 3, 4, 6, 14, 37, 151-52, 189, 195-97, 240, 257
Anti-Saloon League, 9, 15, 124, 129-35, 155, 156, 169, 175, 256, 267; pragmatic view of law, 12-13, 135-49; omni-partisan politics, 132, 134, 143; and detectives, 141, 143-49; and federal liquor tax, 159-64, 171-73, 185, 253-54; and Certified List Law, 164, 166-67; and interstate liquor trade, 175, 181-84, 187, 201, 222-25; and congressional legislation, 203-5, 209-17, 220; and national amendment, 227-29, 231-35, 240-50; and bone dry, 235-40; and national enforcement, 250-55; decline of, 269-70
Antitrust, 3, 4, 5, 11, 73, 85, 100, 152-54, 228
Auctions of seized liquor, 105, 106, 119, 156, 167, 169-70, 171
Bartemeyer v. Iowa, 50-51
Behrman, Martin, 98, 146, 199
Beveridge, Albert, 190, 197, 200, 230
Bittenbender, Ada, 42, 76-77, 90
Blair, Henry, 26, 34, 65, 78, 82, 135
Blair Education Bill, 74, 81
Bone dry, 182, 221, 225, 227, 233, 235- 40, 243, 245
Boske v. Comingore, 118-19
Boston Beer Company v. Massachusetts, 50, 61
Bowman Brothers v. Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, 44, 56, 62-66, 89, 90, 176, 216
Brewer, David, 41, 52-53, 69, 83, 85, 186
Brewing industry, 44, 45, 47-48, 75- 76, 88-89, 179, 181, 241, 242; use of courts, 48-55, 56, 63-65, 69-70, 71-73; and federal tax, 94, 96; and interstate commerce legislation, 206-7, 239
Brown v. Maryland, 58-59, 61, 64, 68- 69, 215
Bryan, William, 126, 173, 199
Cabell, Royal, 158, 171-72
Caldwell, Fred, 158, 213, 229
Cannon, James, 233, 270

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