No, it was actually very counter-productive in that it created many serious problems while solving none. Prohibition was an attempt to legislate morality and ended up causing people to turn to distilled alcohol so that the most alcohol could be transported with minimum risk. Also, prohibition strengthed organized crime since that was the only way alcohol was distributed. It led to widespread corruption of public officials, the loss of tax revenue to government, disrespect for law, the promotion of binge drinking (people drank a lot when they had the chance) and discouraged moderate drinking, led to the consumption of illegal and often tainted alcohol that caused such problems as death, glorified gangsters, and created many more problems.AnswerJust wanted to add that the rise in alcohol poisoning causing death went up by a high percentage. Answer">Answer
It also encouraged a culture of gangsterism
If you mean "Prohibition" of alcohol in the 1920s, it was hugely UN-successful. So much so that several years later, prohibition went away.
what is one result of prohibition during the 1920s?
National Prohibition in the US began in 1920 but support for it declined throughout the 1920s.
In the late 1920s.
American turned to prohibition in the 1920s to try and prevent alcohol consumption. It was believed that it had a negative impact on the country as a whole.
All US states were affected by National Prohibition.
By increasing crime, Prohibition led to violence.
He was a mobster that profited from prohibition in the 1920s.
Prohibition was the largest social conflict in the 1920s.
In the 1920s, a bootlegger produce alcoholic beverages and supply them to speakeasies because of Prohibition.
The major political idea tested during the 1920s was that of National Prohibition.
There was a setback in terms of discoveries as a result of the Chemistry prohibition in the 1920's.
One of the paradoxes can be the alcohol issue where, the country at the beginning of the 1920s was supporting prohibition of alcohol sales and by the end of the 1920s the people showed much hypocrisy and switched their views on prohibition which turned out as a huge failure. The part of paradox would come from the hypocrisy of people and the quick change of mindset based on prohibition.
A major result of prohibition during the 20s was an increase in gang activity.
The enforcement of Prohibition was highly ineffective.
they hoped to ban alcohol
1920s prohibition the great depression then started in the 1930s and following was the holocaust of the 1940s
It occurred during the 1920s, which was referred to as the "roaring 20s" However, prohibition was also nicknamed the "noble experiment"
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