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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Wisconsin and Prohibition: A Clash of Cultures - Ep. 616

  • Aired: 08/30/2011
  • 44:42
  • Rating: TV-G
Norman Gilliland, host of University Place Presents, interviews Booth Fowler, Professor Emeritus in the UW-Madison Department of Political Science and author of "Wisconsin Votes: An Electoral History," on the history of how the 18th amendment to the constitution became law, with a focus on Wisconsin and its beer culture.
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Booth Fowler discusses the history of the 18th Amendment and its effect on Wisconsin.
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