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A prize essay written by the Reverend Richard Wake on the reasons for the suppression of the liquor trade. Wake writes that human progress, the suffering of millions, the medical implications of intoxication, are all reasons to end the sale of liquor.

Creator: Wake, Richard
Date: 1896

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The problem of the nineteenth century - 2

Item Number: 212056
Call Number: K 178.5 Pam. V. 2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212056

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