1920s Alcohol Prohibition

1920s Alcohol Prohibition
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  • The banning of a alcoholic beverages was meant to reduce crime and help solve social problems. This experiment led to more violence by believed that it was their right.
  • They thought that as Americans, they should have the freedom to decide if they wanted to stop drinking. So crimes increased so did everything else.  
  • They didn't have enough officials to enforce the law, so people just kept doing it. 
  • Crime was everywhere and places were just getting worse. 
  • During this time people were just sneaking the alcohol around and trying their hardest to find this resource 
  • By the 1930's the amendment was  repealed, because no one was following the law as it was. No one could stop it because the amount of officials compared to the consumers was a massive number difference. 
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