Prohibition in the 1920's
Updated: 2/13/2020
Prohibition in the 1920's
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  • In the 1920's the 18th amendment was made that alcohol was now illegal.
  • Okay
  • All alcoholic drinks in the sewer now.
  • People believed family's spent more money on alcohol than their children.
  • Bye
  • Bye father bye mother.
  • People were upset about the 18th amendment but they still got alcohol by going to the illegal bars called speakeasies.
  • What a lovely evening.
  • Did you hear about Mike.
  • And then he was like...
  • In speakeasies there were dancers and drinks. It was a bar in hiding. The dancers on the stage are called flappers.
  • You look mighty fine tonight.
  • Go pretty ladies.
  • The people that made the illegal drinks were known as bootleggers.
  • Yes sir
  • Can I have a drink please?
  • In the 1920's the 21st amendment was made and prohibition was lifted.
  • Prohibition has been lifted.
  • Yeah it's over.
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