Damn the Allegators is a factual and shocking account of a small, elite segment of your "treasury men in action" in the fifties and sixties involved in the destruction of moonshine whiskey, and the warfare with the criminals responsible for making and distributing it. It is a rousing, peppery chronicle of the Southern Moonshine Wars by a retired front line warrior, Joseph E. Carter.
- Dewey Decimal: 363.23
- Physical Description: 196 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 1989-06
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