Noble Experiments, Ignoble Failures
This chapter examines prohibition laws. While American prohibition was arguably the most stringent policy of its kind enacted on a comprehensive national scale, it was far from the only policy of its kind at the time it was introduced. Many countries enacted prohibition laws during and soon after the First World War, including Russia, Scandinavia, Mexico, and Canada.
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