The rediscovery of a Depression-era survey reminds us that assumptions about what drives voters can be very mistaken.
There are still many areas where selling and even possessing alcohol is illegal. Research shows that they are probably not faring as well as their wet counterparts.
Who exactly is prohibition supposed to be helping? After many years of enforcing drug laws as a police officer, Diane Goldstein's experience with an addicted family member changed her attitude for good.
Beer is great—but it also comes with a number of societal costs. Why, then, is alcohol never considered during "sin tax" discussions?