National Prohibition in America outlawed the sale of alcohol under the 18th amendment to the Constitution in 1919.
During the 20s young women were among those who drank more, in conformity with the image of the "flapper".
It was not until The Great Depression (1929-1939) that American opinion turned against prohibition.
I think that Prohibition was one of the most profondly social reforms of the early twentieth century.
By Sarah Gana Makhloufi :)
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