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    Robert D. McNeil
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    Oregonians Concerned About; First Edition edition (March 1, 1992)
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Clarence True Wilson was a major leader in the prohibition movement McNeil, R. Valiant for Truth: Clarence True Wilson and Prohibition.

Clarence True Wilson was a major leader in the prohibition movement. But he was anti-Semitic, anti-Catholic, anti-immigrant and held very harsh beliefs. He even wrote a book trying to prove it. The book was apparently printed by a vanity publisher. As Repeal approached, Wilson endorsed Socialist Party candidate Norman Thomas. McNeil, R. Portland, OR: Oregonians Concerned about Addiction Problems, 1992. Other Resources on Clarence True Wilson. Evans, C. Of Mummies and Methodism. Reverend Clarence True Wilson and the Legend of John Wilkes Booth. J South Relig, 2002, 5.

Clarence True Wilson led the way and traveled widely promoting temperance and prohibition. He and his wife often traveled with Clarence Darrow, the famed agonistic, and Darrow's wife. They found that hearing both of them debate the wisdom and merits of Prohibition drew much attention and lively crowds. After about a dozen years, and many unintended consequences, Prohibition was repealed. Portland, OR: Oregonians Concerned about Addition Problems, 1992.

Clarence True Wilson and Prohibition : a story of Prohibition and one of its leading advocates. by Robert Dean McNeil. Published 1992 by Oregonians Concerned about Addiction Problems in Portland, Or. Written in English. Biography, Clergy, History, Methodist Episcopal Church, Prohibition.

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Wilson, Clarence True was born on April 24, 1872 in Milton, Delaware, United States. Clarence True Wilson has been listed as a noteworthy clergyman, temperance secretary by Marquis Who's Who. Son of John A. B. and Mary (Jefferson) Wilson. Saint John's College, Annapolis, Maryland. General secretary Board of Temperance, Prohibition and Public Morals, since 1910. Erected the Methodist Building in Washington as headquarters for temperance forces. Connections. Married Maude Akin, November 28, 1907. Children: Virginia, Mary Elizabeth. Father: John A. Wilson. Mother: Mary (Jefferson) Wilson.

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