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"Bone Dry South Dakota: The Failure of Prohibition in a Rural State"

Chuck Vollan

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“In 1917 South Dakota adopted a very strict form of alcohol prohibition with a 0.0% tolerance for alcoholic beverages. Americans of that day and ours viewed prohibition as a rurally-supported policy, yet it failed here as it did everywhere else because alcohol was America’s drug of choice.” Speaker - Charles Vollan.

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Agricultural Heritage Museum

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