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Eventually the prohibition campaign was a national effort.During this time, the brewing industry was the most prosperous of the beverage alcohol industries. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your visiting.In 1920, the 18th Amendment was passed making the manufacture and sale of alcohol illegal.But many people in this time of ‘Prohibition’ continued to drink and gangsters made enormous amounts of money from supplying illegal liquor.In early 1933, Congress adopted a resolution proposing a 21st Amendment to the Constitution that would repeal the 18th.
He used 24 aliases, spoke 5 languages and had been arrested 46 times but never convicted. New York City pizzerias that served slices and refused to use Al Capone’s cheese would be firebombed. Even after taking fourteen bullets from Al Capone’s gang in the Valentine’s Day Massacre, a Northside mobster, Frank Gusenburg, told police “No one shot me” as he lay dying. In 1986 Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera, hosted a two-hour live TV special centered on the opening of a secret vault once owned by Al Capone.
Ultimately, when the time came, the vault was found to be empty. Despite being a wildly successful organized crime boss, Al Capone only had an IQ of 95. When someone asked Al Capone about Canadian mobster Rocco Perri, he replied: “I don’t even know what street Canada is on”. Andre Anderson was a boxer who fought Jack Dempsey to a draw, and was later murdered, allegedly by Al Capone for refusing to throw fights, inspiring Hemingway’s story “The Killers”. John Di Fronzo, the boss of the modern day Chicago Outfit, which was once run by Al Capone, is nicknamed “No Nose” because a part of his nose was sliced off after jumping through a window during a burglary.