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The impact of the oil industry and prohibition

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  • Oil industry in the World War I -On January 10, 1901 engineer Lucas hit the largest reverse of oil the world has ever seen.
  • World War I, the world had an oil glut since there were few practical uses for it beyond kerosene of fighting. When the war was over, the developed world had little doubt that a nation’s future standing in the world was predicated on access to oil. “The Great War” introduced a 19th-century world to modern ideas and technologies, many of which required inexpensive crude.
  • It can shifting heavily away from wood and hydropower and toward fossil fuels – coal and, ultimately, petroleum. Comparison to coal it could be transported with ease and used in different types of vehicles. Within a few decades of this energy transition, petroleum's acquisition took on the spirit of an international arms race.
  • Oil industry in the World War I During and after the World War I,there was a dramatic change in energy production. 
  • When the war broke out, military strategy was organized around horses and other animals.  Innovations put these new technologies into immediate action on the horrific battlefield of World War I.
  • Oil industry in the World War I -Throughout the war, the energy transition took place from horsepower to gas-powered trucks and tanks and, of course, to oil-burning ships and airplanes.
  • Economic issues crippled the country, and doesn't make sense to the country couldn't profit from the legal taxation pf alcohol.After all, the gangsters and bootleggers certainly seemed to benefit.
  • The impact of Prohibition -It caused a huge change in American opinion about the Prohibition.
  • The impact of Prohibition -The prohibition movement begin in Texas as early as 1866.
  • The prohibition were far from what temperance promised. They insisted it would be richer, healthier, safer, more less crime and violence.
  • The impact of Prohibition -Prohibition promoted the rapid growth of organized crime. It created a demand for illegal alcohol that criminals could sell at  high prizes.
  • Many churches promised that the effects of Prohibition would be higher morals and more honest, even virtuous,citizenry. Some economists ad industrialists believed that the workforce would become much more productive and prosperous.
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