THIS Is Why Prohibition FAILED In America | Prohibition


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The history of alcohol consumption in America is a fascinating one, full of cultural shifts, criminal enterprises, and larger-than-life characters. In the early days of America, alcohol was an integral part of daily life and work. People drank constantly throughout the day, and it was totally normal and accepted to drink on the job. This started to raise concerns among some groups, especially conservative Christian women. They formed temperance movements protesting alcohol consumption, with the famous axe-wielding Carrie Nation leading raids on saloons to destroy liquor supplies. Despite their efforts, most people thought nationwide prohibition would never actually happen.

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