Extras

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Prohibition

Whispering Wires

Roy Olmstead is caught in a wiretapping sting and sentenced to four years hard labor.

Whispering Wires

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Prohibition

Wayne Wheeler

Wayne Wheeler was the general counsel for the Anti-Saloon League.

Wayne Wheeler

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Prohibition

Washington, D.C. Mass March

In 1913 Prohibitionists marched on Washington, D.C. to demand a Prohibition Amendment.

Washington, D.C. Mass March

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The Volstead Act

The Volstead Act was much stricter than anticipated.

The Volstead Act

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Prohibition

Two Americas

The 1924 Democratic convention set the stage for rural vs. urban America.

Two Americas

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The Time is Now

With the passage of the 16th Amendment, the Goverment no longer needed taxes from Alcohol

The Time is Now

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Terribly Wonderful

Saloons served many functions during the 19th century for men, especially for immigrants.

Terribly Wonderful

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Prohibition

Pete Hamill: Defying Authority

Pete Hamill talks about defying authority.

Pete Hamill: Defying Authority

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Prohibition

Margot Loines Wilkie: On Dating

Margot Loines Wilkie discusses the changing sexual mores of the 1920's.

Margot Loines Wilkie: On Dating

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Prohibition

Scofflaw

In 1924 the Boston Herald held a contest for a word that captured the nations hypocracy

Scofflaw

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Prohibition

Satan's Seat (NYC)

New York was Prohibition's biggest challenge.

Satan's Seat (NYC)

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Rum Row

Boats would wait out at sea until nightfall to bring in illegal alcohol.

Rum Row

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The Roots of Prohibition

The history of alcohol in America.

The Roots of Prohibition

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Prohibition

Retribution

The Anti Saloon League made Prohibition into a wedge issue in elections.

Retribution

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Prohibition

Official Trailer 2

Discover the true story of America's "Great Experiment" in PROHIBITION.

Official Trailer 2

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Prohibition

Official Trailer 1

Discover the true story of America's "Great Experiment" in PROHIBITION.

Official Trailer 1

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Prohibition

Official Trailer 3

Watch Prohibition, where average citizens became lawbreakers.

Official Trailer 3

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Prohibition

Pauline Sabin

Pauline Sabin was founder of the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform.

Pauline Sabin

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Prohibition

New York Cordial Stores

Lou Alpern sold alcohol at his NYC cordial stores with the help of bribed policemen.

New York Cordial Stores

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Prohibition

Neal Dow

An early prohibitionist, he was the wealthy mayor of Portland, Maine.

Neal Dow

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Mabel Walker Willebrandt

Ms. Willebrandt was the Asst. Attny Gen. in charge of Prohibition enforcement.

Mabel Walker Willebrandt

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Lynn Novick: The Prohibition Idea

Lynn Novick discusses episode one of Prohibition.

Lynn Novick: The Prohibition Idea

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Prohibition

Lois Long

Lois Long, pen-name 'Lipstick,' wrote about speakeasies for the New Yorker.

Lois Long