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The History of Prohibition, Pt 10

 Prohibition RepealedTwo years after Al Capone was sentenced to 11 years in Federal prison (only one year of his sentence was for bootlegging), alcohol prohibition was repealed. The Noble Experiment failed at every level. It neither curtailed drinking nor did it reduce alcoholism. It didn’t end poverty, and it certainly didn’t end crime as proponents […]

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The History of Prohibition, Pt 11

The Rise of the Corporate State The ink had barely dried on the newly enacted Twenty-first Amendment before a well executed plan was hatched to replace alcohol prohibition with a ban on another substance.  This time “reformers” set their sights on the deadly scourge marijuana.  The only problem was that virtually no one outside of jazz […]

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The History of Marijuana Prohibition in America – Part 03

Laws to regulate morality never succeed. Prostitution is still the world’s oldest profession. Prohibition has only proven to exacerbate the problems it was intended to cure and demand creates a criminal market to supply the banned substance.

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