Category Archives: 21st Amendment
It is said that “Politics makes the strangest bedfellows.” Nowhere is that truer than it was during the experiment in Prohibition in the United States. The original idea of Prohibition is an odd amalgamation of a Conservative religious Value and a Progressive Political tactic.
And, of course, it failed miserably.
So began the process of repealing it via the 21st Amendment. It wasn’t as easy as it seems to us today. And it still affects how we do things today.