Seventy-five years ago this winter, one of the most unpopular laws in American history was repealed. After 13 years of speakeasies and moonshine, the ratification of the 21st Amendment ended Prohibition on Dec. 5, 1933.Many of us will celebrate “Repeal Day” as a victory for individual freedom and hospitality. But as many of you know, there is at least one group of people who have dedicated themselves to recriminalizing social drinking in the name of public safety. These individuals, under ...
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