Congress passed the Volstead Act, which was named after Andrew J. Volstead who introduced the act in 1919.
2. Repeal - Revoke or annual
In 1933 congress repealed the 18th amendment with the 21st amendment.
3. Prohibition - The action of forbidding something.
Congress passed the Prohibition Act, also known as Volstead Act, to probate the use of alcohol.
4. Amendment - A minor change in a document.
The 18th amendment was passed.
5. Alcohol - A colorless volatile flammable liquid that is the intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks, and is also used as an industrial convent and as fuel.
In the 1900's men drank alcohol.
6. Volatile - Liable to change rapidly and unpredictably.
Volatile is used in alcohol.
7. Intoxicating - Liable to cause intoxication.
One ingredient is used for alcohol.
8. Implementation - The process of putting a decision or plan into effect.
The 21st amendment was implementation in 1933 after the vote of Utah on December 5th.
9. Ban - Officially or legally prohibit.
Alcohol was to be ban from America for 50 years.
10. The Noble Experiment - Prohibition of alcohol.
The noble experiment was a failure 6 years after the Volstead Act was passed.