Association Against the Prohibition Amendment
The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment was founded by William H. Stayton in 1918. It grew rapidly as the problems caused by prohibition became increasingly evident. Its publicity campaign, begun in 1928, helped mobilize growing opposition to the Eighteenth Amendment (the "prohibition amendment"). Prominent members of the organization included Pierre S. du Pont, Irenee du Pont, John J. Raskob, Jouett Shouse, and James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr.
- Gale: "Papers of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment ...", accessed November 28, 2010
- Kyvig, David. Repealing National Prohibition. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979.