Response or Comment
That various aspects of the fight against the National Prohibition (the i8th) Amendment would result in litigation was to be expected. The attack at present seem& to be based on the use of the provisions for referendum found in a dozen or more of the states the votes of which went to make up the necessary three-fourths. Three very recent decisions or expressions of opinion by state courts of last resort are in this respect extremely interesting.
Aigler, Ralph W. "Referendum as Applied to Proposed Amendments of the Federal Constitution." Mich. L. Rev. 18 (1919): 51-4.