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Title: 1920's Culture

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Date: August 14, 2007
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However, The Prohibition amendment was ineffective because it was unenforceable. It caused more crimes than ever and increased the amount of alcohol consumption. Eric Pomelow and Lee Trevains from Mr. Finley’s US History project stated that most bootleggers belonged to a mafia, a family that controlled areas of a city who looked at the prohibition as a weakness that could make money...

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Finley’s US History project stated that most bootleggers belonged to a mafia, a family that controlled areas of a city who looked at the prohibition as a weakness that could make money. They would either brew their own liquor, or would buy from other families to supply the speakeasies for the true addicts who just couldn't give up...

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