Adolphus Busch was the biggest brewer of his day.
Gang violence of Chicago's bootleggers escalates
Al Capone is finally caught by the government for failing to file income tax
On Feb. 14, 1929, seven men are gunned down and the public is incensed.
Eliza Jane Thompson led a group of women in prayer while protesting in front of saloons
Fiorella LaGuarida was a NY congressman and critic of Prohibition
George Remus, a Chicago lawyer became king of the bootleggers.
George Remus is caught by the government then put on trial
Don Ward talks about hiding illegal alcohol in Arlington Cemetery
The 1928 Presidental election was a bitter battle of dirty politics directed at Al Smith.
1924 Democratic convention set the stage for rural vs. urban America
More folks lived in cities then the country in the beginning of the 20th century.
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