The case of Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, set for argument before the U.S. Supreme Court today, gives the court and the public the chance to revisit the 21st Amendment and the country’s ambivalence toward alcohol.

As one brief stated it, alcohol is “both widely enjoyed and dangerously misused. What do you do with something like that?”

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