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The Eighteenth Amendment

The 18th Amendment established National Prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the US from 1920 to 1933. Ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment occurred January 16, 1919, when 36 states had ratified it.
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This amendment was made in 1920. This amendment banned alcohol and the manufacturing of it. People have it illegaly but some get caught. People got arrested and all the jails were all full. The crime rates went up and alot of people got hurt. This amendment ended in 1933.

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HowStuffWorks "The 18th Amendment"

Prohibition was a constitutional amendment banning the sale and production of alcoholic products. Learn about Prohibition and why Prohibition failed.
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The banning of alcohol was passed in the 1920s. The amendment prohibited the manufacture, sale, export, import, and transportation of alcoholic beverages. The Volstead act provided the federal government with enfocing ability. Any beverage that was more than 0.5 percent alcohol was over the legal limit. Once it was illegal people found ways to get it and the crimes went up.

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Prohibition Articles | Newspapers & Records

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Prohibition was an amendment to the constitution that was added in 1920, but repealed in 1933. It consisted of making the transportation, sale and manufacturing of liquor or alcoholic beverages illegal.
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Prohibition was an amendment that was added to the constitution in 1920. It banned the transportation, sale, and the making of alcoholic beverages. The Volstead act clarified the 18th amendment that prohibited all beer, wine, and other alcohol. Crimes rose because people were selling alcohol illegaly and got into fights. President Roosevelt repealed the prohibition in 1933

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The 18th Amendment Explained: The Constitution for Dummies Series

Learn the history of the 18th amendment in an engaging video lecture by Social Studies teacher Keith Hughes aka HipHughes. In this informative ten minute lec...
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After one year from the ratification of the article, the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol or alcohol beverage are prohibited. The drinking age then was 18 years old. Now the age is 21 years old.  This video is mainly about the banning of alcohol.

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The 18th Amendment

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The 18th amendment prohibited the sales, transport, import, or export of alcohol beverages. Upon ratification of the amendment, the congress voted its approval in October 1919. It also enacted it into a law as the National Probition Act of 1920.

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Amendment XVIII - Prohibition of Liquor

SECTION. 1. After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all territory subject to...
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The 18th amendment was ratified on January 17th, 1920. It prohibited the making, transportation, and selling of alcohol beverages. They believed that the use of alcohol was reckless and that prohibition would reduce crime and solve social problems. The prohibition had crime rises and fights broke out. The prohibition came to an end with the ratification of the 18th amendment in 1933.

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Prohibition

Find out more about the Prohibition era, when the manufacture and sale of alcohol was banned in the United States.
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The ratification of the 18th Amendment banned the manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol. This was also known as the Volstead act. The increase of the illegal production of the sale of liquor, more illegal drinking spots and the rise in gang violence rised. In the early 1933 the 18th Amendment was ratified and came to an end and alcohol was legal again.

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PROHIBITION DOCUMENTARY

The War on Drugs has failed just as PROHIBITION failed before it.
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On January 17th, 1920 the 18th Amendment went into effect. All alcohol beverages were banned. Making alcohol and the transportaion of it were also banned. This era was named the great probition era. All law enforcement were cracking down on people that had alcohol and arresting them. Crimes also broke out because of the banning of alcohol.

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18th Amendment to the Constitution – U.S. Amendment XVIII Summary

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The 18th Amendment came into effect on January 17, 1920. The purpose of the amendment was for a total prohibition of the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcoholic beverages. It was difficult for people to have alcohol that they could not purchase in a legal way. One of the main results of the 18th Amendment was the rise in crime. Alot of people were in jail for the use of alcohol, it was over packed.

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18th and 21st Amendments

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In 1920, the 18th Amendment to Constitution ushered in the Prohibition Era. The law was repealed 13 years later by the 21st Amdendment.
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The movement reached out in the 1920s when the 18th amendment prohibited the manufacture , transportation, and sales of alocohol.

Prohibition was difficult to enforce and failed to have the effect of eliminating crimes and other social problems. It lead to the rise in organized crime. 

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