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In large cities, some speakeasies even required a coat and tie for men, and evening dress for women.
States that did not go dry were called “wet states”.Alcohol laws of KansasDive barProhibitionProhibition in the United StatesShebeenSmokeasyLoretta Britten, Paul Mathless, ed.
But a blind pig was usually a low-class dive where only beer and liquor were offered.Estimates of the number of blind pigs in three major American cities during the mid-1920s are:Chicago, Illinois: 10,000Detroit, Michigan: 15,000New York City, New York: 30,000–100,000In many rural towns, small speakeasies were operated by local business owners as a way of making extra money.
After years of lobbying by the temperance movement (mainly by the Anti-Saloon League and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union), the state had passed laws forbidding the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcoholic beverages.The first state to go entirely “dry” was Kansas in 1881.
These family secrets were often kept even after Prohibition ended.
Although police and Bureau of Prohibition agents would raid them and arrest the owners and patrons, the business of running speakeasies was so lucrative that they continued to flourish throughout America.
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