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By William Faulkner

“Read, learn, learn. learn everything—trash, classics, solid and undesirable, and notice how they do it. similar to a wood worker who works as an apprentice and stories the grasp. learn! You’ll soak up it. Then write. whether it is reliable, you’ll discover. If it’s no longer, throw it out the window.” —William Faulkner

Absalom, Absalom! is Faulkner’s epic story of Thomas Sutpen, an enigmatic stranger who involves Jefferson, Mississippi, within the early 1830s to wrest his mansion out of the muddy bottoms of the north Mississippi desolate tract. He was once a guy, Faulkner acknowledged, “who sought after sons and the sons destroyed him.”

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America’s swiftly expanding cities, they fretted, would become hotbeds of ­ alcohol-­fueled crime and depravity, and imperil the moral core of the entire nation. For the League’s conservative rural backers, Prohibition represented a chance to impose their ­ traditional evangelical The Prohibition Movement Gains Momentum Carry A. Nation is shown here, holding a hatchet and a bible, around 1900. After losing her first husband to alcoholism, Nation embarked on a colorful saloon-wrecking crusade that would make her the most famous temperance activist in American history.

Beer, which could now be produced in greater volumes as a result of improved brewing technologies, surpassed distilled alcohol as America’s favorite alcoholic beverage. Just as the ASL’s new constitutional amendment campaign was making the need for unity and cooperation within the drink trade more critical than ever, the soaring popularity of beer, particularly among the country’s large urban population, had convinced many brewers that their product was safe from the Prohibitionists. Because Americans could never be persuaded to give up their beer, the brewers optimistically believed, 41 42 The Prohibition Era the Prohibitionists would be compelled to settle for an amendment that outlawed only hard liquor.

The ­Anti-­Saloon League’s second major source of popular support during the late 1800s and early 1900s was a loosely knit coalition of reformers known as the Progressives. Typically middle- or ­upper-­class city dwellers trained in law, medicine, teaching, social work, or business, Progressives hoped to use their expertise to create a more humane and just society. Although more liberal and secular in outlook than Prohibition’s rural backers, Progressives shared their concerns regarding the rapid growth of the cities and the waves of impoverished immigrants who were fueling that growth.

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