what are some specific consequences of prohibition

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  1. Social studies

    Which of the following was a cause of the Great Depression? (Choose all that apply.) A. the stock market crash of 1929 B. prohibition C. failed crops and drought D. a lack of demand for goods The first 3? Is that correct?

  2. physics

    Many people believe that if the human race continues to use energy as we are now, without change, we’ll witness a significant worldwide environmental impact in this century. Research this topic and discuss this possibility. Include concrete examples of

  3. science

    what mass of ice at -14'c will be needed to cool 200cm3 of an orange drink (essentially water) from 25'c to 10'c! (specific latent heat of fusion of ice =336000) (specific heat capacity of ice = 2100) (specific heat

  4. Social Studies

    Which of the following was a cause of the Great Depression? A. increases in migrant workers B. new music called jazz C. Americans buying with credit D. the prohibition of alcohol This is probable very easy but i'm very confused i think it's A. but if

  5. Early Childhood

    What is the most important difference between consequences and punishment? a. Punishment is often late. b. Consequences are not as bad as punishment c. Consequences are a result of the child's actions. d. Punishment is the result after the action. I chose

  6. chemistry

    3. Based on your answer in question 2, determine the percent error of your calculated specific heat capacity value of your unknown metal using the specific heat capacities of known metals below. Metal Specific Heat Capacity Nickel 0.440 Tin 0.210 Silver

  7. Criminal Justice

    Name at least three unintended consequences of an ever-increasing prison population? Give concrete examples of each. Discuss the political and social affects of these consequences. Are they acceptable? Explain your reasoning

  8. Criminal justice

    1. Though both emphasize consequences, utilitarianism differs from ethical egoism in that: A. utilitarianism emphasizes consequences for all people affected. B. egoism emphasizes happiness, whereas utilitarianism emphasizes welfare. C. egoism defines

  9. Civics

    2. The Eighteenth Amendment, "Prohibition," was reversed by the _______ Amendment. A. Twentieth B. Twenty-first C. Nineteenth D. Twenty-second B?

  10. English

    I writing a 6 page research paper on "Teen Pregnancy", and i know my introduction pharagh should grab the readers attention, as well as the first sentence but I cant really think of any thing good or interesting. My three main topic are Birth rates,

  11. ETH;ICS, CRIME, AND CRIMNAL JUSTICE

    Rather than focusing on specific acts of individuals in specific situations, __________ asks that we consider whether the general practice or issue has good or desirable overall and long-term consequences. A. Kantianism B. Rule utilitarianism C. the golden

  12. Health

    If I had a friend who was thinking about drinking alcohol... What would you say to make sure my friend completely understands the consequences involved? What are the short- and long-term consequences I should warn them about? What are the physical and

  13. psychology

    1)When conditioning takes place, behavior is associated with? a. ideas b. stimuli, consequences, or both c. events in the environment d. both b and c are answers. my first answer was b but this was wrong. Is the correct answer d? 2) In classical

  14. physics

    We have to do a lab in physics where we research and write on real life applications of momentum, the guidelines we have are Research Assignment: Application of Momentum in Real-Life Situations Task: Choose any real-life situation where the concept of

  15. health and human services

    What are some negative consequences of highly regulated environments in health care and human service? The delivery of services would be too complex and bureacratic but could someone give me some negative consequences?

  16. Healthy Decision Making (URGENT)

    List the possible consequences to self, others and society at large if individuals fail to act responsibly while participating in the following activities. Mountain Climbing Consequences to self: May have injuries such as broken body parts Consequences to

  17. physics

    1.What if Newton’s Third Law did not exist?. In your response to this inquiry, think of some of the consequences if Newton’s Third Law were not true. Describe in detail at least two consequences that would result if the Third Law were not true.

  18. Psychology

    you examine basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following: a.Describe

  19. Chemistry

    55 kJ of heat are added to 200 kg of a metal at 28.00◦C and the temperature rises to 29.18◦C. What was the metal? 1. tungsten (specific heat = 0.134 J/g · ◦ C) 2. copper (specific heat = 0.385 J/g · ◦ C) 3. silver (specific heat = 0.233 J/g ·

  20. Ethics in Criminal Justice

    Which of the following, according to Carl Klockars, is NOT an important consideration in determining whether the good ends of police work justify immoral means in a given scenario? A. Are there other, non-dirty, means that may be effective but that we may

  21. History

    1. Why did the U.S. government include a prohibition on slavery in the treaties with Native Americans in Washington Territory? A. to avoid the controversy of allowing slavery B. discourage settlers from Southern states from moving to Washington Territory

  22. Chemistry Help!

    calculate the specific heat of a metallic element if 314 joules of energy are needed to raise the teperature of a 50.0g sample from 25C to 50C. i'm not sure if you use the Q=(s)(m)(delta t) equation or not since it asks for the specific heat not the

  23. international law

    What are the sources of the rules of international law? Are those rules legally binding? Do powerful states like the United States comply with the rules, or ignore them? Why would states bother to comply with the rules when there are no central enforcement

  24. biology

    A nucleic acid probe is a(n) Group of answer choices enzyme that locates a specific restriction site on RNA. piece of radioactively labeled DNA that is used to locate a specific gene. virus that transfers DNA to a recipient cell. plasmid that recognizes a

  25. chemistry

    what type of substance would be best for use in a heating system? a. a solid with a high specific heat b. a liquid with a high specific heat c. a liquid with low specific heat d. a gas with a low specific heat

  26. Vectors Math

    Use a specific example to prove that the cross product is also not associative. That is, use three specific vectors in 3-sapce to show that a×( b × c ) is not equal to ( a ×b ) × c.

  27. Criminal justice

    1. Which of the following, according to Carl Klockars, is NOT an important consideration in determining whether the good ends of police work justify immoral means in a given scenario? A. Are there other, non-dirty, means that may be effective but that we

  28. Prohibition

    what are some specific consequences of prohibition

  29. History

    Which of the following was formally amended to the constitution a. equality of rights for women b. prohibition of alcoholic beverages c. prohibition of child labor d. balanced federal budget I know that the 19th amendment is woman suffrage, but the 18th

  30. US HISTORY

    Could someone help me conclude an essay on prohibition. I am writing: even though there were laws and movements for prohibition, it actually didn't work. PLEASE HELPPP!!!

  31. ENGLISH

    I have a term paper and its on the Prohibition era, and i want to know if this thesis is the best, and if not,could you help reform it? thesis: Prohibition of alcohol in the United States during the 1900's was enacted to reduce crime, have a healthy

  32. US History

    What were the three most signigicant consequences of the industrialization of the American economy after the Civil War? Explain your choices. I am having trouble coming up with three consequences. I need some ideas. Thanks

  33. Written Communication

    How do you rewrite this sentence : The article about American history stated , " The revolution began over a beer ( during Prohibition ) and ended with a bang First of all, which revolution are you talking about. In US history, "the revolution" usually

  34. Can someone please proofread my history essay?

    Hi, I have a history essay and I think it's done but I'd like someone to proofread it and suggest corrections first, can someone here please do that? Thanks! :-) P.S. It's due tomorrow Here's the essay: John Musbach History 02/14/07 My thesis statement is:

  35. English

    Leaving aside dictionary definitions, what do the words revising, editing, and proofreading (as part of the writing process) mean to you? Why are these elements so important? What are some specific consequences that may result from skipping over them? How

  36. World history; HELP

    Human Origins Essay Write a opinion paper on the most significant consequences of the Agricultural Revolution. I don't know the significant consequences.

  37. Criminal justice

    1. Which of the following principles approves or disapproves of an action according to its tendency to promote happiness for the greatest number of people? A. Altruism B. Utility C. Hedonism D. Egoism im confused between B and C 2. Which of the following

  38. U.S. History

    what were the major consequences and results of ww11? in the U.S.? in the world? for america future? what were the major domestic consequences of the cold war?

  39. English

    I don't know what possible consequences to the society when someone fails to act responsibly while participating in skydiving, mountain biking, mountain climbing, bungee jumping, and skiing. I couldn't figure out what are the possible consequences to these

  40. sociology

    Give at least two specific examples of stratification? Give at least two specific examples from your personal experiences that demonstrate stratification. For example, describe where you have observed stratification in the workplace, the media, home, or

  41. Asande s.s L.o

    discuss the signs and symptoms,describe the consequences,provide realistic and appropriate ways to combat problem,conclusion [an explanation of the importance of marking heathy/decision/ choices to avoid the consequences you have describe above ]

  42. statistics

    A hotel installs smoke detectors with adjustable sensitivity in all public guest rooms. (a) State the null and alternative hypotheses. (b) Define Type I and II error. What are the consequences of each? (c) Which is more to be feared, and by whom? (d) If

  43. journ

    Creation: migration, annexation or colonization Consequences: extermination, expulsion, secession, segregation, fusion or assimilation. Ms. Sue. I would consider this as a migration and for the consequences I will say secession. but how could I incorporate

  44. science & politics

    does anywhere in the universal declaration of human rights provide any protection against such adverse consequences for human populations, especially for those who did not cause those consequences and have not benefited from global warming/global climate

  45. US HISTORY

    Why did prohibition take place in mostly rural areas.

  46. US HISTORY

    clincher sentence on prohibition era. I want the reader to feel that they want to read more

  47. History of Drugs

    The Great Experiment is often used when referring to? I think it is the Prohibition Era, The Eighteenth Amendment but I am not sure.

  48. US HISTORY

    What other laws were passed during the prohibition era. (EXCLUDING the 18Th amendment and Volstead act) THANX

  49. counseling

    Each student will write a paper on a specific DSM disorder (e.g., not anxiety disorders, but a specific aspect of a specific anxiety disorder. I am not sure what the instructor is wanting I want to do a paper on Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder

  50. history

    in 1993 the Twenty-first Ammendment brought an end to a. Prohibition b. stock speculation c. the Depression d. the Untied States Communist party A?

  51. history

    which of the following was a long-term effect of Prohibition? a. the consumer economy b. the growth of organized crime c. an end to alcoholism in the United States d. the riseof fundamentalism B?..or C?

  52. chem

    What would happen to the specific heat if some of the warm metal shot were lost during the transfer to the calorimeter? Answer a. It would not affect the calculated value of specific heat b. It would cause the calculated value of specific heat to be

  53. history

    All of the following were anti-modern reactions except A. fundamentalism B. Ku Klux Klan C. cultural anthropology D. arts and crafts movement E. prohibition F. None of the above would it be fundamentalism?

  54. Grammar

    Could somebody please explain to me the difference between the Proper and Specific Nouns. Also, is it possible for a Proper Noun to BE a Specific Noun, like a specific noun for desert could be Sahara, instead of wasteland? I've always dealt with proper

  55. American History

    What was one reform the Progressive movement achieved? direct election of U.S. senators reduction of government regulation religious involvement in government elimination of prohibition

  56. AMERICAN HISTORY

    Which of the following distinguished the Middle Colonies from New England and the Southern Colonies? A. peace treaties with Native Americans B. ethnic and religious diversity C. representative government D. prohibition of slavery

  57. history

    Which of the following distinguished the Middle Colonies from New England and the Southern Colonies? A. peace treaties with Native Americans B. representative government C. prohibition of slavery D. ethnic and religious diversity

  58. history

    How did Prohibition contribute to the growth of organized crime? by making it easier for bootleggers to branch into other types of illegal activity*** by forcing police to enforce anti-liquor laws by strengthening respect for the law

  59. US HISTORY

    Who were the staunches proponents of prohibition? A. Harding, coolidge, and hoover B. organized crime figures C. rural American and small town residents D. Big city immigrants E. labor leaders and unions.. i think its A or B please help! and maybe a brief

  60. neurotransmitters

    There may be more than one region in which the neurotransmitter is active. Choose one, and make sure your answer in column 4 matches the region identified in column 3. 1.Glutamate a.Is it excitatory or inhibitory (indicate which)? b. Name a specific region

  61. Chemistry

    Use the calculation of specific heat for your metal as an example and determine the effect on specific heat if the sample temperature is changed. Does this small loss in heat significantly (>5%) affect your value for the specific heat of the metal? How

  62. ...English...

    For someone to struggle for freedom (any sorts of freedom), do you need to be committed? And if you do, what are some ideas how being committed is helpful to attempt to gain freedom? I thought of one point, I know you need to be committed to gain freedom

  63. history

    How would one write a two voice poem about prohibition in the 1920s? The ''Wet or Dry'' era. I know how it's supposed to be formatted, but what should I include in the poem? i'm not very good nor creative with my words, especially doing a poem. i would

  64. Physics

    A hydrometer is an instrument for measuring the specific gravity of a liquid. For example, producers of maple syrup use the hydrometer to find how much sugar is in the collected sap. Markings along a stem are calibrated to indicate the specific gravity for

  65. Biology

    Hormones are essential to maintaining homeostasis mainly because a. they catalyze specific chemical reactions in brain cells b. the body requires them for digesting food c. they cause specific responses in specific cells d. hormones of the other endocrine

  66. ocean county college

    A 150 g sample of metal at 55.0 C raises the temperature of 150 g of water from 23.0 C to 35.0 C. Determine the specific heat of the metal in J/g C. Hint: #1 First find heat absorbed by water using formula q = mass x specific heat x change in temp (of

  67. Social Studies

    The ___________ expressed the darkest and most ominous aspect of the rural counterattack of the early 1900s. A. Ku Klux Klan B. Palmer raids C. Red Scare D. Prohibition movement Is it A. Ku Klux Klan?

  68. American Government

    What does the prohibition of ex post facto laws prevent the government from doing? a. trying and convicting a person when she is not present b. passing a law today and punishing someone for her actions prior to its passage c. restricting the rights of

  69. Science

    What is specific latent heat of vporization and specific latent heat of fusion? An electrical kettle with a 2.0kW. heating element has a heat capacity of 400JK-1. A 1.0kg of water at 20 degree celsisus is placed in the kettle. The kettle is switched on and

  70. Algebra

    Solve by using the quadratic formula To get help, you need to give more specific data. Please repost with the specific information. Thanks for asking.

  71. English

    1. Can you sink an orange? [Does 'an orange' mean one orange or is 'an orange' in generic use?] 2. The orange is floating. [Does 'The orange' mean the specific orange or is 'the orange' in generic use?] 3. It's because there are many air pockets in the

  72. Life orientation

    Consequences of xenophobia

  73. Life orientation

    What are the consequences of alcohol

  74. com 220

    week 4 dq 1? I choose the article on "Marijuan should be legalized for Medical Use". The thesis statement in the article - Marijuana prohibition applies to everyone, including the sick and dying. Of all the negative consequences of prohibition, none is as

  75. US HISTORY

    I need to end an essay on prohibition era and these are my subtopics: crimes, laws, and prohibition movements

  76. history/lit

    Last night I posted this question: The 1920's is associated with the development of many new freedoms; it was a time of restrictions as well. Examine the 18th amendment and prohibition in the 1920's. What was the reasoning and who were the key supporters

  77. SOCIAL STUDIES

    What were the goals of exploration? What were the consequences of exploration? What details and evidence can you use to support your answer? (Be specific)

  78. subordinate groups

    Directions: Identify and describe inf any of these creations and consequences situations the grip has faced: *Creation:Migration,annexation, or colonization *Consequences:Extermination,expulsion,secession,segregation,fusion,or assimilation The group I'm

  79. Social Studies

    what's one good and bad effect of Prohibition?

  80. government

    Identify 2 factors that led to prohibition

  81. Social Studies (History)

    What were the reasons for Prohibition and what were the results of the Prohibitions?

  82. US HISTORY

    How Does prohibition era affect today life

  83. us history

    how might the overall atmosphere of the 1920's have contributed to the failure of prohibition?

  84. US HISTORY

    Where did Prohibition Strongly take place and what were the major developments

  85. ENGLISH 10

    I need a thesis statement on the crimes of prohibition era

  86. english

    what two things happened in the prohibition period that had to do with oceans

  87. MINNESOTA STUDIES

    Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following most contributed to the formation of labor unions? (1 point) cuts to wages rising railroad rates grain elevator measures women working in factories 2. How did the Grange and the Farmers’ Alliance both work to

  88. US HISTORY

    How does Prohibition on alcohol during the 1900's affect today life

  89. English

    could someone tell me an awesome thesis on the Prohibition era (cause and effect)for a paper

  90. US HISTORY

    Anyone have a good informational website on temperance movement during the prohibition era.

  91. ENGLISH

    could someone tell me 2 hard sources(books/database/magazine)or websites about prohibition era that could be very informative for term paper

  92. us history

    what was the lost generatiopn and what trends in society did they find troubling? why did prohibition fail? what were the goals of the ku klux klan in the 1920s?

  93. georgia history

    hich of the following was a cause of the Great Depression? (Choose all that apply.) (3 points) the Stock Market Crash of 1929 Prohibition Failed crops and drought A lack of demand for goods

  94. Social Studies

    Governor Brough was particularly interested in what reform efforts? Choose 3 anti-lynching prison reform suffrage prohibition healthcare

  95. social studies

    which religious principle has had the most impact on Jewish Christian and Islamic art? A.the belief in one God B.the messages of prophets C.the prohibition of worshiping idols D.the ethnic prescribed in the ten commandments my answer is A.

  96. history/lit

    The 1920's is associated with the development of many new freedoms; it was a time of restrictions as well. Examine the 18th amendment and prohibition in the 1920's. What was the reasoning and who were the key supporters behind a 'dry' United States?

  97. History

    Cans someone help me. In 4 or 5 sentences, Explain how life changed from 1915-1920s with War World 1 in the beginning through Prohibition and Jazz toward the end of the 1920s. I forgot my books on the bus. And i can't research it :/ can someone help me

  98. US HISTORY

    what laws were passed because of temperance movement. Or what did the government do because of the temperance movement (Prohibition era). Thanks!

  99. science

    A simple wave has * 1 point A repeating pattern specific wavelength specific frequency & amplitude All of these

  100. Give the definitions

    Black blizzards * Black Tuesday * Boom * Bust * commodity * conglomerate * draft * Dust Bowl * Economic Recession * Fiscal Conservatism * Great Depression * Labor Unions * Neutrality * New Deal * Petrochemical * Prohibition * Sharecropper * Suffrage *

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