The Prohibitionists flirt with greatness, part 1

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July 6, 2011
Battleground Blog
by Darcy G. Richardson  
Posted in Commentary

"Like a sad preacher nailed upon the color door of time, the Prohibition Party hasn’t always resembled the tiny, irrelevant group that met recently in Cullman, Alabama, and nominated little-known fundamentalist Jack Fellure of West Virginia for president. For much of its history, the Prohibition Party fancied itself as a significant entity in American politics — and occasionally it proved to be precisely that." (07/06/11)

 

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