Norris Reasoner letter to Senator Wesley Jones regarding prohibition, December 2, 1926
Norris Reasoner, Minister in Colfax, Washington, writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to express his position on prohibition. Reasoner suggests that each state implement a prohibition court program to enforce the 18th Amendment in their jurisdiction. He notes that "every time the law is well enforced sentiment grows stronger for prohbition. When laxity prevails, 'wet' sentiment grows.".
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