History Firsthand - Prohibition (hardcover edition)

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A new phenomenon, the crusading socially conscious photographer added to the impact. Heroin was just another drug, something they could try, and could stop using whenever they became bored with it. Carrie Chapman Catt and the National American Woman Suffrage Association were a mainstream lobbying force of millions at every level of government. Teaching the 20th-Century History of the United States. So uncommon has scurvy become, that comparatively few surgeons in the navy, at the present time, have ever seen a case of it, while the whaling crews, which it formerly desolated, are, thanks to the superior food which they now receive, almost exempt from it.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Greenhaven Press; 1 edition (October 14, 2002)

ISBN: 0737713062

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