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Prohibition failed to see America sober. It weakened the country's respect for the law, organized crime became more pronounced, and the streets were turned into warzones. However, because of it, it caused an expasion of the United States prison system and federal criminal law enforcement. Delve deep into the area of speakeasies, the 1920s, bootlegging, and the legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic drinks in the United States from 1920 to 1933.

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The war between police and gangsters during Prohibition transforms law enforcement in the United States.
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Exploring the early years of Prohibition, including its origins, the pervasiveness of speakeasies and the rise of organized crime.

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