Yale Law Journal Pocket Part: A Toast to Free Flow of Liquor Across State Borders


This week, the Yale Law Journal Pocket Part published a Commentary on the purposes and interpretation of the Twenty-First Amendment. In Uncorking a Seventy-Four-Year-Old Bottle: A Toast to the Free Flow of Liquor Across State Borders, Ethan Davis argues that state laws designed to shield in-state producers, wholesalers, and retailers from out-of-state competition conflict with the original intent of the Twenty-First Amendment.

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