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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

Lynn Novick: The Prohibition Idea

Lynn Novick discusses episode one of Prohibition.

Lynn Novick: The Prohibition Idea

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Ken Burns: Civility and Democracy

Ken Burns discusses civility and democracy at the National Constitution Center.

Ken Burns: Civility and Democracy

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A Genuine American

The 1928 Presidental election was a bitter battle of dirty politics directed at Al Smith.

A Genuine American

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Al Capone Downfall

Al Capone is finally caught by the government for failing to file income tax.

Al Capone Downfall

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Al Capone Murder to Massacre

On Feb. 14, 1929, seven men are gunned down and the public is incensed.

Al Capone Murder to Massacre

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Fiorella LaGuardia

Fiorella LaGuarida was a NY congressman and critic of Prohibition.

Fiorella LaGuardia

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Pauline Sabin

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

Pauline Sabin

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The Goons

With the Volstead Act, ordinary criminals became wealthy selling illegal alcohol.

The Goons

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George Remus The Primrose Path

George Remus is caught by the government then put on trial.

George Remus The Primrose Path

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Federal Funding

Neither the states nor the federal government wanted to fund Prohibition.

Federal Funding

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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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Last Call

January 16, 1920 the 18th Amendment came into effect.

Last Call

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Lois Long

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

Lois Long

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Neal Dow

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

Neal Dow

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Absolute Shall

The problem of drink would have to be overcome through legislation.

Absolute Shall

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Frances Willard & Mary Hanchett Hunt

The history of Frances Willard and Mary Hanchett Hunt in the WCTU.

Frances Willard & Mary Hanchett Hunt

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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

Clip: Episode 1 | Intro

Watch the first minutes of episode one 'A Nation of Drunkards.'

Clip: Episode 1 | Intro

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The Gender Barrier is Broken

Sexual mores start to change for Women during Prohibition.

The Gender Barrier is Broken

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Scofflaw

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

Scofflaw

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Whispering Wires

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

Whispering Wires