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by Robert A. Hohner

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Author:
Robert A. Hohner
ISBN13:
978-1570032813
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1570032815
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University of South Carolina Press; 1570th ed. edition (April 1, 1999)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In the late 1920s and early 1930s, Methodist bishop Cannon became a household word when he broke the Southern taboo against preachers in politics and fought to secure and protect prohibition of alcohol. He was later accused of stock-market gambling.

ROBERT A. HOHNER has written an exemplary monograph in many respects

ROBERT A. HOHNER has written an exemplary monograph in many respects. The main problem in this otherwise fine book is Hohner's attempt, without ever defining the term, to make Cannon a "progressive. Hohner, Prohibition and Politics: The Life of Bishop James Cannon J. Hohner, Prohibition and Politics: The Life of Bishop James Cannon Jr. (1998). Repealing National Prohibition. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1979. Michael S. Patterson, "The Fall of a Bishop: James Cannon Jr. Versus Carter Glass, 1909-1934," The Journal of Southern History, Vol. 39, No. 4 (No. 1973), pp. 493–518 online at JSTOR.

A profile of the figure of Bishop James Cannon, who seemed as comfortable in the world of business and public affairs as in the church, but was often condemned for his materialistic values. He represented rural America, and symbolized the struggle against an increasingly pluralistic society.

Bishop James Cannon was once the most powerful prohibition leader in the . Hohner, R. Prohibition and Politics. The Life of Bishop James Cannon, Jr. Columbia: U. of South Carolina Press, 1999. But sexual, financial and other scandals destroyed his influence. Dry Messian Revisited. Bishop James Cannon, Jr. In Clayton, B. and Salmond, J. (ed. The South is Another Land. Life as I Have Seen It. J South Hist, 1955, 21(4), 564-565.

Author: Robert Arthur Hohner. The Life of Bishop Wilfrid. Fixing Drugs: The Politics of Drug Prohibition.

Prohibition and Politics The Life of Bishop James Cannon, J. Robert A.

Prohibition and Politics The Life of Bishop James Cannon, Jr. Hohner. Reassesses the stormy career of the controversial southern Methodist churchman. In the late 1920s and early 1930s "Bishop Cannon" became a household word in much of America.

A profile of the figure of Bishop James Cannon, who seemed as comfortable in the world of business and public affairs as in the church, but was often condemned for his materialistic values. He represented rural America, and symbolized the struggle against an increasingly pluralistic society.
  • The feisty old bird was my granddaddy. The book was in great condition.

  • This book is about my great grandfather. I bought it as a gift for my Dad. He read it and loved it. There is even an old photo of the Bishop's family that includes my grandfather as a child, whom I never knew. Amazing. Thank you.