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PROHIBITION DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH PROTESTANISM
Posted by: CHAD GREENWAY ( NEO COMMUNIST PARTY, UNITED STATES ) on May 08, 1999 at 08:48:33:
In Reply to: Religion and culture. posted by Lark on May 07, 1999 at 12:20:56:
: This has went on until it's got to the stage where in itself this culture is unidentifiable, ingrained, people are anti-communist who've never meet a communist, the working class are convince that they fought communism for the good of their naiton, maybe fighting dictatorship was spot on but fighting all varieties of communism just served the capitalists of all classes.
I UNDERSTAND YOUR VALID POINTS ON THE HEARINGS,BUT PROHIBITION DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH PROTESTANISM THAT WAS PASSED BECAUSE WE NEEDED THE GRAIN THAT MANY WERE USING TO PRODUCE ALCOHOL FOR OUR TROOPS IN WW1
McSpotlight: Didn't World War 1 end in 1918? When was Prohibition imposed?