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The Prohibition which Started During the 1920s
During the 1920s to the mid 1930s the National Prohibition Enforcement Act forbade the manufacture of alcohol beverages with alcohol content greater then 0.5%. Americans believed that alcohol intoxication of individuals had slowly been getting out of hand, resulting in family violence and abuse, poverty, crime, and incompetence. Speakeasies were illegal nightclubs fro drinking. The "Maine Law" of 1851 prohibited the manufacture and sales of intoxicating liquor.
Temperance was social movement when a large number of people took upon themselves as individual discipline to abstain from hard liquor, wine and beer. They did this to stay healthy and retain family morals. …
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