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Q: What did the 18th amendment and the volsted act do?
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What act of Congress was enacted in 1919 in order to enforce the18th amendment?

The Volstead Act was the act of congress that was enacted in 1919 in order to enforce the 18th amendment. The Volstead Act was enacted to carry out the intent of the 18th Amendment.

Which amendment banned alcoholic drinks?

The 18th amendment; the Volestead Act

Where is the prohibition addressed?

In the 18th Amendment, in the Volstead Act, and in the 21st Amendment.

Which amendment was repaled and when?

the 18th amendment was repealed in 1933 18th amendment known as Prohibition or formally as the Volstead Act was repealed by the 21st amendment which was ratified on December 5th, 1933

What amendment was alchol banned from US?

18th Amendment which went in effect inJanuary1920. Congress passed the Volstead Act to enforce the amendment. Later the 21st Amendment repealed it in 1933.

How did national prohibition enforce the eighteenth amendment?

The 18th Amendment required National Prohibition and the Volstead Act specified how prohibition was to be enforced.

What was the 18th amendment to the constitation ratified in 1919?

That was the Act of Prohibition of Alcohol

Which amendment prohibited alcohol?

The 18th amendment

Which amnedment gives proibition of alcohol?

The 18th amendment started the prohibition of alcohol and the Volstead Act enforced it. The 21st amendment would later appeal the 18th, ending prohibition.

The 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act were victories for which long-enduring cause?


Which amendment banned manufacture and transportation of intoxicating liquors?

The 18th Amendment

The 18th amendment and the volstead act were victories for which long enduring cause?

the temperance movement