Prohibition & Science VS Religion
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The 18th Amendment banned the manufacture, transportation and sale of intoxicating liquors. It was difficult to inforce and led to 'bootlegging', which was the illegal sale/production of alcohol.
Woodrow Wilson banned alcohol in D.C. which then led to the spread of Prohibition. The 16th Amendment of Federal Income Tax replaced alcohol taxes for the federal government. People also believed less alcohol consumption would can a decrease in crime & abuse. Prohibition was also in alliance with women's suffrage.
The Scopes Trial was a legal case in Tennessee that involved the teaching of evolution in public schools. A statue was passed prohibited the teaching in public schools of theories contrary to accepted interpretation of the biblical account of human creation
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