In 1907 Asheville, North Carolina, voted for local prohibition. There was a fierce struggle between prohibitionists, who wore white ribbons, and anti-prohibitionists, who wore red ribbons. On election day children of teetotalers tore red ribbons off anti-prohibitionist men heading for the polls.
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