Takeaways don’t always go according to plan

In 1920, the taverns ran dry. The 18th Amendment, also called the Volstead Act, was passed by the U.S. Congress, and the amendment was ratified by three-quarters of the nation’s states, despite a veto from President Woodrow Wilson (bless his heart). It was never illegal to “consume” alcohol

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