There is no prohibition in the United States against electing a president when the country is at war.
President Roosevelt's platform included a plank calling for the repeal of Prohibition.
President Herbert Hoover visited the Belgian Embassy to drink alcohol during prohibition because it was legally Not U.S. soil and prohibition was not in effect there.
Liquor was illegal during the time of prohibition.
i don't really know, but i know he was fighting slavery and prohibition during that time.
There is no legal prohibition to a woman becoming president.
The views of Americans about National Prohibition changed over time from generally favorable to generally negative. By the time of repeal, about 75% of voters opposed Prohibition.
Warren Harding voted in favor of prohibition as a Senator, but served liquor at his poker games while he was President.
It began under Woodrow Wilson, was tolerated under Harding, Coolidge and Hoover. Prohibition was ended under FDR.
Woodrow Wilson. He actually vetoed the Volstead Act, also the National Prohibition Act, but Congress overrode his veto.
Prohibition was a time of social and governmental reform because women received the right to vote just before Prohibition. It was also the first time it was socially acceptable to break the law.
The Prohibition Party suffered a major split and each faction ran a different slate for President and Vice-President. The Presidential candidates were Earl Dodge and Gene Amondsen.
If you are speaking of the the US Prohibition from 1919-1933, the prohibition of alcohol was passed as the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution by Congress over the veto of then President Woodrow Wilson as a result of pressure from the temperance movement.
National Prohibition began in 1920, although many states already had imposed state-wide prohibition by this time.