In mid-century Bombay, a group of women found a way around India’s own prohibition with a string of speakeasies.
The final chapter of our Prohibition series explores how the phenomenon impacted the dynamic and diverse roles of women in American society.
During Prohibition in major cities across the United States, crime bosses set the stage for future generations of organized crime, often at a brutal, bloody expense.
During the years of Prohibition, many Americans looked to other countries to help satisfy their craving for alcohol and its effects.
In the first installment of her Prohibition exploration, contributor Ziza Bauer explores the origins and history behind its implementation.