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Q: Why did many Americans think the prohibition was a mistake?
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Why did many Americans think that prohibition was a mistake?

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Why did prohibition fail?

Prohibition failed because many americans found ways to get around the law


Why didn't Americans support prohibition?

Many Americans were Constitutionalists, libertarians, supporters of states' rights, opposed Federal intrusion into the personal lives of individuals, supporters of individual freedom, and/or believed that Prohibition would fail to work and be an expensive social engineering experiment.


Why didn't all Americans support prohibition?

Many Americans were Constitutionalists, libertarians, supporters of states' rights, opposed Federal intrusion into the personal lives of individuals, supporters of individual freedom, and/or believed that Prohibition would fail to work and be an expensive social engineering experiment.


What is one mistake that Kennedy says many Americans make?

assuming that space research has no value on earth


What Americans think about Russian women?

There are many things that Americans think about Russian women. Americans typically think that Russian women are athletic and musical.


How did Americans circumvent the prohibition laws?

People used many techniques to circumvent National Prohibition. They made their own alcoholic beverages, they went to speakeasies, they brought alcohol across the border from Canada, they bought from bootleggers, etc.


Can you think of a modern day example Of prohibition?

The prohibition of recreational marijuana in certain states or countries can be considered a modern-day example of prohibition. Despite its growing acceptance in many places, there are still areas where it is banned or heavily regulated.


A reason many Americans wanted Prohibition?

Many people thought that drinking alcohol was the cause of virtually all poverty, crime, disease, violence, and other problems in society.


What increased during the 1920s as a result of prohibition?

Organized crime, violence, corruption of public officials, binge drinking, disrespect for the law, a realization that Prohibition was a terrible mistake that was creating enormous problems while solving none, binge drinking, death as a result of drinking tainted alcohol, illegal drinking establishments, and many more problems.


Do Americans use to many resources?

i think yes


Did prohibition work ad why?

No, Prohibition failed miserably and caused many problems.