Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 70
To search for this in our databases, first go to the Databases libguide (all links below) and select the History tab. Try the EBSCO Academic Search Complete and MasterFILE Premier.
Click on the advanced search tab. Type in prohibition in the search box, and select subject from the drop down menu.
You can either click search at that point, or try another term such as social conditions in the next search box. If you type in another term, do not change the selection of that drop down menu.
Use the limiters on your left to get full text, select your publication date range, and to use the Subject-Thesaurus and Subject terms.
For more information on how to use EBSCO databases, read our How to Use EBSCO databases libguide.
To find books, go to WorldCat, our catalog. You can just type in prohibition, and you will get both physical books and eBooks as results. You can use limiters on the left in the catalog, as well.
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