Prohibition in the 1920's
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In the 1920's the 18th amendment was made that alcohol was now illegal.
All alcoholic drinks in the sewer now.
People believed family's spent more money on alcohol than their children.
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.
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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