Prohibition: An Evening with Ken Burns

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Prohibition: An Evening with Ken Burns

Thu, Sep 22, 2011 7 PM

Ken Burns discusses his latest film, Prohibition as well as lessons from the past. Ohio was central to the prohibition movement. The Anti-Saloon League in Westerville fought for the passing of the 18th Amendment while German brewers in the central and southern portion of Columbus were prospering.

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