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Okrent’s “Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition”

“In 1920 could anyone have believed that the Eighteeth Amendment, ostensibly addressing the single subject of intoxicating beverages, would set off an avalanche of change in areas as diverse as international trade, speedboat design, tourism practices, soft-drink marketing, and the … Continue reading

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