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In 1933, the Twenty-First Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, which repealed the Eighteenth Amendment, the amendment that mandated a nationwide prohibition on alcohol.

In this Cutting Room Floor episode, we feature author and historian Garrett Peck, who was featured in our film, “American Craft: What Beer Can Teach Us About Well-Crafted Laws,” on the Twenty-first Amendment. We’ve saved this history of the Twenty-First Amendment from the cutting room floor for the second episode of the Cutting Room Floor edition of the FedSoc Films Podcast.

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Watch the full film, American Craft: What Beer Can Teach Us About Well-Crafted Laws, on YouTube.

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