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Prohibition Era Timeline - American History - About.com
The Prohibition Era in the United States has a storied past beginning with various temperance movements in the 1830's and finally culminating with the passage ...
Prohibition Era - American History - About.com
Read about the fascinating Prohibition era, a time when America decided to ( legally) give up drinking alcohol. Unfortunately, the experiment ended in failure with ...
Herbert Hoover - Address accepting the Republican nomination to ...
... accepting the Republican nomination to run for a second term as president. In this speech, Hoover discusses the ills of prohibition and the need for its end.
Prohibition - 20th Century History - About.com
Detroit police inspecting equipment found in a clandestine underground brewery during the Prohibition era. Picture courtesy of the U.S. National Archives and ...
The United States Prohibition of Alcohol - 1920-1933 - Cocktails
The prohibition of alcohol in the 1920's and 30's in the United States is one of most famous, or infamous, times in recent American history. The intention was to  ...
Prohibition Begins in the U.S. - 20th Century History - About.com
Prohibition Begins in the U.S. (1920): Beginning in the 19th century, many people , especially women, blamed many of society's problems upon alcohol. With the ...
Temperance Movement and Prohibition Timeline - Women's History
A chronology of major events in the history of temperance and prohibition.
Facts About Prohibition & Repeal in the U.S. - Cocktails - About.com
The prohibition of alcohol in the United States began in 1920 and ended in 1933. There are many things that happened during prohibition and now there are ...
Prohibition and Organized Crime Video
Prohibition and organized crime defined American history in the 1920s. Watch this About.com video for an overview of the Prohibition and organized crime eras  ...
How Did Bootlegging Work During Prohibition? Video
Prohibition laws could not stop the coordinated and illegal bootlegging businesses that kept alcohol flowing in America. Watch this About.com video to learn ...
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