THE NEW CRUSADE: INCLUDING A REPORT CONCERNING PROHIBITION AND FIFTEEN CENTURIES OF LIQUOR LEGISLATION. Leslie Gordon.

THE NEW CRUSADE: INCLUDING A REPORT CONCERNING PROHIBITION AND FIFTEEN CENTURIES OF LIQUOR LEGISLATION.

Cleveland, OH: The Crusaders Inc. 1932. Octavo, original blue cloth, front and spine stamped in red and black. First edition. A call to young men to participate in "The New Crusade" against bootleggers, gangsters and other public enemies which threaten society. The Crusaders, founded by Fred G. Clark, were a temperance movement devoted to the repeal of the 18th Amendment. After prohibition the organization remained active in politics of the day, Clark later founded the American Ecomonic Foundation. Top edge of text block a bit dusty, mild rubbing to cloth edges, a nearly fine copy in a very good price clipped dust jacket, shelf wear to edges and spine ends, closed tear to lower front panel at spine fold, the jacket show general age darkening, especially to spine panel. (14180). Item #14180

Price: $75.00

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