forever know as Prohibition.
and how each contributed to the passage of the Eighteenth Amendment.
reaction to a long period of dominant conservatism.
public, as a whole, had come to place a large amount of faith in scientific research.
D. Alcohol played a serious role in different aspects of society, including; the
workplace, the home, businesses, and especially crime.
revenue by individual corporations.
A. Al Capone ruled Chicago.
immense quantities of liquor from entering the country.
C. Even government officials were thirsty.
Amendment, but also how they reacted.
A. Immigrants were some of Prohibition s first victims.
B. While some looked for loopholes in the Volstead Act, others became
C. Prohibition literally invented the gangster, and helped fuel organized crime.
way that Americans regarded defenders of the law.