The Temperance Movement, Bootlegging, And The Reform

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This is a source that is rejected for its association with the Encyclopædia Britannica. The article briefly covers three topics: the temperance movement, bootlegging, and the repeal. The editors state that the temperance movement which arose from religious movements in the 1820s and 1830s with the intention of “achieving perfectionism within humans”. The passage of the Eighteenth Amendment and Volstead Act led to the establishment “illegal economies (Bootlegging, speakeasies, and distilling operations)". The Prohibition been an important issue in the political arena. After the election of Herbert Hoover, he referred to it as an “experiment, noble in motive”. With the onset of the Great Depression led to the conclusion that the Volstead
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