Random Bibliography


  • anon (1887) – The Political Prohibitionists for 1887:  NYC, Funks & Wagnalls
  • Anderson, Lisa () -- The Politics of Prohibition:  American Governance and the Prohibition Party, 1869-1933:
  • Browne, W.E. (1888) – The Presidential Candidates:  Sketches and Portraits of the Nominees of All Parties:  Presidential Season of 1888:  Providence, Reid
  • Cherrington, E.H. (Ed.) (1925) – Standard Encyclopedia of the Alcohol Problem:  Westerville (Ohio), American Issue
  • Colvin, D.L. (1925) – Prohibition in the United States:  NYC, Doran
  • ----- (1926) -- Prohibition in The United States:  A History of the Party and of the Prohibition Movement:  NYC, Doran,   pp.
  • Day, Glenn (1988)Minor Presidential Candidates and Parties of 1988:  Jefferson (NC), McFarland,     pp.
  • ----- (1992) -- Minor Presidential Candidates and Parties of 1992:  Jefferson (North Carolina), McFarland
  • Havel, J.T. (1996) – U.S. Presidential Candidates and the Elections:  NYC, Simon & Shuster, 437pp
         Havel includes an exhaustive bibliography, only excerpted herein

  • Hesseltine, W. B. (1948) – The Rise and Fall of Third Parties:  Princeton, Van Nostrand,    pp.
  • ----- (1962)Third-Party Movements in the United States:  Princeton, Van Nostrand,   pp.
  • Gammon, C.L. (2007)America’s Other Party:  A brief History of the Prohibition Party:  privately printed, 205pp.

  • Gillespie, J. David (1993)Politics at the Periphery: Columbia, Univ. South Carolina Press,
  • ----- (2012)Challengers to Duopoly:  Columbia, Univ. South Carolina Press, 290pp.
  • Kruschke, E. R, (1991)Encyclopedia of Third Parties in the United States:  Santa Barbara (CA), ABC-CLIO,    pp.
  • Mazmanian, D. A. (1974)Third Parties in Presidential Elections:  Washington, brookings Institution,    pp.
  • Murphy, P.I. (Ed.) (1974)Political Parties in American History:  NYC, Putnam,  4vo.
  • Nash, Howard, Jr. (1959)Third Parties in American Politics:  Washington, Public Affairs,    pp.
  • Rockwood, D. S., et al. (1985)American Third Parties Since the Civil War:  NYC, Garland,    pp.
  • Rosenstone, S. J.; R. L. Behr; and E. H. Lazarus (1984)Third Parties in America:  Princeton, University Press,    pp.
  • Satterlee, W.W.(1883) – The Political Prohibition Textbook:  Minneapolis, privately printed

  • Schapsmeier, E. L. and F.H. Schapsmeier (1981)Political Parties and Civic Action  Groups: Westport (CN), Greenwood,   pp.
  • Schlesinger, A. M., Jr. (Ed.) (1973)History of U.S. Political Parties:  NYC, McGraw-Hill,  4vo.
  • Sikes, J.R. (1887) – Pen Pictures of Prohibition and Prohibitionists:  Loudonville (Ohio), Stauffer
  • Smallwood, Frank (1983)The Other Candidates:  Hanover (NH), University Press of New England,    pp.
  • Southwick, Leslie (1984) – Presidential Also Rans and Running Mates, 1788-1980:  Jefferson (North Carolina), McFarland
  • Stone, Irving (1966)They Also Ran:  The Story of the Men Who were Defeated for the Presidency:  NYC, Doubleday

  • Storms, R. C. (1972)Partisan Prophets:  Denver, National Prohibition Foundation,  71 pp.
  • Timberlake, J.H. (1963) – Prohibition and the Progressive Movement, 1900 – 1920:  Cambridge, Harvard Univ.Press
  • Thayer, George (1967)The Farther Shores of Politics:  NYC, Simon & Schuster, pp.
  • Van Norman, L.E. (1895) – An Album of Representative Prohibitionists:  NYC, Funk & Wagnalls
  • Wheeler, E.J. (1889) – Prohibition: The Principle, The Policy, and the Party….:  NYC, Anderson
  • Wilson, A.E. (1900) – Prohibition Hand-book and Voter’s Manual, 1900:  Chicago, privately printed
  • Yarrington, J.T. (1873) – The Temperance-Political Question:  Shall We Sustain the National Prohibition Party?:  Carbondale (Penna.), privately printed (4th edition)