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Prohibition began on January 16th, 1920 for war purposes to conserve grain and show patriotism. After the war however, the United States decided not to eliminate this law because they thought it would lower crime and corruption rates, reduce social problems, and improve overall health care. As a result of this, certain Canadians began, “rum-running,” to the United States, and began to benefit from this illegal trade. Although this profession was prohibited, Canadians made a fortune supplying alcohol to the many thirsty Americans, which provided
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Emmy Nidemar Sundsgymnasiet 2014-05-28 America Goes Dry - A study of the prohibition era in the United States of America during the 1920’s. Maria Persson English 7 Table of contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Aim 1.2 Definition 1.3 Problem 1.4 Methods and materials 2. Body 2.1 Why National Prohibition? 2.2 18th Amendment of the Constitution 2.3 Consequences of the Prohibition Enforcement 2.4 Repeal of the 18th
In their eyes introducing prohibition could decrease the levels of prostitution, gambling and crime in the cities .The war provided prohibitionists with more ammunition to support their cause. They argued that as the government was calling for maximum agriculture production, so how could they justify the wasteful use of grains for beer and spirits? The prohibition lobby was also able to harness anti-German wartime hostility as the majority of brewers were of German origin, and that their trade organisation helped finance the National German-American Alliance which was a potent source for the Kaiser. Alcohol was also said to undermine military discipline and the virtue of young soldiers. Although world war one played a significant factor in giving ammunition to prohibitionists such as the patriotic feeling, and the fact that the government had begun to interfere
Reasons for the introduction of this extraordinary experiment in social behavior are: -Pressure groups are campaigning for the abolition of alcohol since the nineteenth century. -There are argument about alcohol being the cause of much poverty, crime, and ill health. -Supporters of Prohibition are influential in rural areas, it managed the persuade some state governments to ban alcohol within their states. -They think alcohol linked to German Aggression as American brewers were of German descent. They think it was unpatriotic to consume alcoholic drink.