Analysis Of The 1920's Paragraph

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1920’s Paragraph In the 1920’s America underwent significant changes politically and socially, experimenting with increasing government control and influence upon its people. One such was the government tried to gain more control and influence the people was through the implementation of Prohibition. Through Prohibition they banned the manufacturing, sale, and transportation of alcohol. With this, they hoped to reduce the consumption, leading to the reduction of crime and slacking on the job, while simultaneously promoting traditional values onto the citizens. While Prohibition was a fine idea in theory, it ended up turning the average civilian into a common criminal. The majority of the population was still drinking regularly, and now
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