One of the principal reasons the "noble experiment" of prohibition failed was that it led to an enormous increase in

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  • Crime.  Particularly, gangs trying to get a foothold on where to sell, travel, and make alcohol.  

    When the Great Lakes froze over.  People would drive across and by alcohol in Canada and drive back over.  

    Even the President would drink.  Everybody would drink.  Women would make gins underneath their sinks.