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8 March, 19:49

Which statement about the Prohibition era is true? A. It led many people to join organized criminal gangs. B. It led to a culture of hip flasks, speakeasies, and cocktail parties. C. It led to a huge drop in crime rates of the 1920s. D. It led to a revival of traditional American values.

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  1. 8 March, 20:33
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    A. it led many people to join organized criminal gangs
  2. 8 March, 20:47
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    B. It led to a culture of hip flasks, speakeasies, and cocktail parties.

    Explanation:

    The Prohibition Era was a period that made the selling of drinks prohibited, it began in the 1920s. The Prohibition aimed to make a "better" country by closing the saloons and improving neighborhoods. There was an expectation that it would improve the growth of other products such as clothes, household goods, chewing gum, juice, and soft drinks.

    But the law backfired, many started to sell illegal alcohol, many workers accepted bribes, speakeasies started to open even if they were illegal. Cocktails were created to transform gin into different tastes.
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