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Morris Sheppard was born in a small town in Eastern Texas in 1875.
Sheppard attended Yale University and became a very young Texas congressman at the age of 27. Morris supported prohibition.
Many people supported prohibition and many people were against it.
Prohibition became a law with the 18th amendment, passed in 1920.
Many gangsters such as Al Capone successfully kept alcohol running through cities, violating the law.
The 21st amendment was passed, repealing prohibition. Sheppard kept supporting prohibition even after it had been repealed.
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