Yes, the fourteenth amendment legalized slavery.
The 21st amendment legalized the sale and consumption of liquor.
It made alcohol illegal. It actually caused more problems than it fixed, so they legalized it. (21st Amendment is the Repeal of Prohibition)
Alcohol was legal in the united states from 1776 to 1920. It was made illegal by the 18th amendment to the constitution, when prohibition was declared. In 1933, the U.S. Congress ratified the 21st amendment, which repealed prohibition and legalized the sale and consumption of alcohol.
the 21st amendment
No. it can't be legalized for all ages.
It legalized Marijuana and Meth.
The Eighteenth Amendment outlawed alcohol in the United States.
The 18th Amendment deals with alcohol
The 23rd amendment had nothing to do with alcohol.
The 18th amendment
18th Amendment prohibited alcohol, in 1919. was repealed by 21st Amendment in 1935.
The 18th Amendment banned alcohol from 1920-1933.
The Eighteenth Amendment
The 18th Amendment
The 21st amendment repealed the 18th amendment. The 18th amendment prohibited alcohol in the United States, while the 21st allowed alcohol back in.
The 21 Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment of prohibition of alcohol.
The 21st Amendment
alcohol, but it was repealed by the 21st amendment.
The 18th amendment but the 21st amendment repealed it
The 18th Amendment abolished the sale or manufacture of alcohol in the United States The 18th Amendment abolished the sale or manufacture of alcohol in the United States