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Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: As ________ points out: "there are two ways, and only two ways, in which an ordinary private citizen ...
Noah FeldmanRichard PosnerLearned HandLaurence Tribe

Question 2: This has been interpreted to give states essentially absolute control over alcoholic beverages, and many ________ still remained "dry" (with state prohibition of alcohol) long after its ratification.
ColoradoU.S. stateMassachusettsConnecticut

Question 3: ________ was the last, remaining dry until 1966;[5] Kansas continued to prohibit public bars until 1987.
FloridaAlabamaMississippiGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 4:
Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution, GlassĖSteagall Act and Civilian Conservation Corps are all:
Amendments to the United States Constitution 73rd United States Congress Drug control history Prohibition in the United States

Question 5: [23] ________ imposed a law that prohibited advertisements that disclosed the retail prices of alcoholic beverages sold to the public.
Rhode IslandMassachusettsConnecticutMaine

Question 6: ________
U.S. history of alcohol minimum purchase age by stateExecutive Order 10925Partial-Birth Abortion Ban ActList of alcohol laws of the United States by state

Question 7:
Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Drunk driving in the United States are all:
Alcohol law in the United States History of the United States (1918%E2%80%931945) 73rd United States Congress Drug control history

Question 8: However, repeal was complicated by grassroots ________.
Political partyIdeologyPolitical philosophyPolitics

Question 9:
Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution, Twentieth Amendment to the United States Constitution and 1933 Double Eagle are all:
1933 in the United States Amendments to the United States Constitution 73rd United States Congress History of the United States (1918%E2%80%931945)

Question 10: This article is part of the series:
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United States CongressElectoral College (United States)United States ConstitutionContinental Association
















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