WHY BUY THIS? Because the headline Prohibition Ends in the New York Times newspaper was welcome relief to many folks in 1933. You remember the prohibition period. Okay, maybe not, since it was about a century ago. It included numerous We Want Beer Protests. And this Prohibition Ends New York Time newspaper headline hanging in your Man Cave will remind you that it lasted thirteen long years. It commenced in 1920 following the enactment of the 18 Amendment, which prohibited the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages. Again, Prohibition Ends in 1933. Interestingly it did not prohibit the consumption of alcohol. And just for reference, the Volstead Act was enacted to enforce the 18th Amendment. And even more interestingly, you can learn about High School Attitudes Toward Prohibition in 1930.
Oh, and if you want a refresher course on Prohibition, just watch the Simpson’s episode “Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment.” Here is a snippet from it.
And if you want to turn your Man Cave into a Speakeasy, which was prevalent during the Prohibition period, then you will first need a Secret Bookcase Door. You can also take a look at other Speakeasy Decor for your Man Cave. Also, during the Prohibition period, many folks attended a We Want Beer Protest. You can consider this We Want Beer Protest Photo for your Man Cave wall. And you can consider another version in Front of the White House. Otherwise, you can consider this farewell to the 18th Amendment photo taken on December 5, 1933. Again, the day Prohibition Ends.