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- There were immidiate promblems in enforcement

- Porhibition agents were appointed but there were far too few 

- Speakeasies ( an old irish word for illigal bars ) began to appear in what used to be saloons or in basements.

- Sometimes they were disguised as jazz clubs

- It is thought that by the end of the decade there were 30,000 speakeasiers in New York alone and around 200,000 in the USA as a whole.

- The quality of alcohol varied.

- Each year…


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