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Prohibition (Grade 9)

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Prohibition

1. 
Which amendment to the Constitution made the production, sale, and transportation of alcohol illegal?
  1. 16th
  2. 18th
  3. 19th
  4. 21st
2. 
The                        was a campaign by social groups to end the use of alcohol.
  1. Prohibition Party
  2. Whiskey Rebellion
  3. Anti-Alcohol Advocates
  4. Temperance Movement
3. 
Most early temperance groups were founded and run by women.
  1. True
  2. False
4. 
Founded in 1895, the                                    became the most powerful temperance group.
  1. Prohibition Party
  2. Anti-Saloon League
  3. American Temperance Society
  4. Women's Christian Temperance Union
5. 
The National Prohibition Act, or the                 Act, set up the rules to enforce Prohibition.
  1. Wheeler
  2. Volstead
  3. Bootleg
  4. Speakeasy
6. 
What were illegal saloons that still sold alcohol called?
  1. speakeasys
  2. bootleggers
  3. anti-saloons
  4. soda fountains
7. 
Prohibition made it illegal to drink alcohol.
  1. True
  2. False
8. 
What was "bootlegging"?



9. 
Anti-German sentiment during World War I made the passage of the 18th Amendment easier.
  1. True
  2. False
10. 
National Prohibition started in what year?
  1. 1917
  2. 1920
  3. 1929
  4. 1933
11. 
What was the primary reason Prohibition failed?
  1. alcohol producers bribed the government
  2. the Anti-Saloon League went out of business
  3. the laws had an expiration date and were not renewed
  4. Prohibition laws were weak and often unenforced
12. 
Prohibition was repealed by the 20th Amendment.
  1. True
  2. False

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