Towards Liquor Control: A Critical Analysis

By on October 7, 2013

First published in 1933, shortly before passage of the 21st Amendment repealing Prohibition, Raymond Fosdick and Albert Scott’s Toward Liquor Control is still used by many in the industry to support various positions of current alcohol policy.  In his September 19 presentation for CLE International’s Wine, Beer & Spirits Law Conference,  Marc Sorini provides an overview and critical analysis of the impact of this work on alcohol law and regulatory policy, licensing, distribution, taxation, advertising and education.

To view the presentation, click here.

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