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Prohibition’s Repeal: What Made FDR Popular

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As Mark Thornton has shown, the big legislative change that FDR made at the start of his presidency, the decision that affected every single American citizen from one coast to the other, was the repeal of the thirteen-year hell of Prohibition. Original Article: "Prohibition's Repeal: What Made FDR Popular" This Audio Mises Wire is generously ...

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As Mark Thornton has shown, the big legislative change that FDR made at the start of his presidency, the decision that affected every single American citizen from one coast to the other, was the repeal of the thirteen-year hell of Prohibition.

Original Article: "Prohibition's Repeal: What Made FDR Popular"

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Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr.
Llewellyn Harrison "Lew" Rockwell, Jr. (born July 1, 1944) is an American libertarian author and editor, self-professed anarcho-capitalist, a promoter of the Austrian School of economics, and founder and chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

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