Dust Jacket Included. Hard Cover. VG+/G+. 12mo. 255pp. DJ has light soiling snd chipping. Many charts and graphs throughout. Advert for this book and sequel-Prohibition Still at its Worst, laid in. A study of prohibition, its aims, effects, etc.
VERY GOOD in N/A jacket. Hard boundwith gray cover in very good condition. Cover and page edging are slightly soiled. Back cover has three black spots on it. Leaves are clean, and yellowing with age. Illustrated with black and white charts. Has 255 page's.
Very Good. Book Numerous textual charts. New York: Alcohol Information Committee, 1927. Seventh edition, revised. Fisher (1867-1947), the renowned American neoclassical economist, attempts to prove that prohibition has made a tremendous contribution to American advancement and that the Volstead law could be effectively enforced. Original gray cloth binding, with black titles. Small crease to the top corner of a few pages, with a period ink inscription to the front flyleaf. A very good copy.
Very Good. Very Good. Reprint. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 3rd printing from 1926 bound in green cloth, 255 pages. A VG copy, a little rubbing to the base of the spine, corners bumped. Lenghty inked owners inscription on front fly, pencilled doodles on the rear fly. Text clean, sewing tight.; 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
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