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Notice: 18th Amendment No Alcohol
What? Why? Nobody is going to listen to them!
I guess we’ll be on the lam all the time because nobody is gonna listen to that!
WE WANT BEER
We want our giggle water back now!
NO BEER,NO WORK
I’m going to have to bump them off so we’re aren’t compromised
We are going to make so much money boss
PROHIBITIONThe 18th Amendment is the legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol and people were angry (it caused protests)
This is all wet, I want to pull a Daniel Boone
ProtestAmerican citizens began to protest in big cities and their signs said, “We want beer!” and “No Beer, No Work”
We don’t have enough moolah to keep enforcing it
We need a new plan to stop this
The GangstersCrime Rate grew as gangsters (Al Capone) started to establish organization to sell, make, and transport alcohol illegally
PROHIBITION ENDS AT LAST
We get our giggle water back!!
The Government couldn’t enforce it as it was nearly impossible and they wouldn’t know when people were drinking it, selling it, or transporting it.
The Government decreased in income from prohibition.Lost $11 billion in tax revenue and lost $300 million to enforce it
The 21st Amendment was passed and ratified, ending national prohibition on December 5, 1933