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It was impossible to enforce. Criminal elements took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.
It was impossible to enforce. Criminal element took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.
It was impossible to enforce. Criminal elements took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.

becaus people started to bootleg the alcohol so therefore even tho it was bkanned people were still finding a way to get it

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