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Prohibition

Prohibition

On January 16, 1920 the United States embarked on one of its greatest social experiments—the effort to prohibit within its borders the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages. Most societies from antiquity shared a common desire to maintain stability and believed that drunkenness led too often to illness, impoverishment and the disintegration of families.

Utah Valley State College

Utah Valley State College

Utah Valley State College, located in Orem, Utah, is a fully accredited, four-year state college. Apart from offering numerous comprehensive degree programs, it guides entrepreneurs and business owners during the early phases of business development by providing detailed business plans and strategies.

December 15, 2009 Arrest Warrant for Livni in UK, Year Without Casualties, Dentistry, and Iran - History

December 15, 2009 Arrest Warrant for Livni in UK, Year Without Casualties, Dentistry, and Iran - History

A Daily AnalysisBy Marc SchulmanDecember 20, 2009 Shalit Deal- An Alternative- The Settlement DivideIsraeli news has been dominated by reports of meetings relating to a deal on Shalit. According to most reliable reports, the security cabinet is split with Netanyahu holding the deciding vote. It would seem Hamas has not changed its position in any significant way, and now its up to the Israeli government to decide to accept it or not.

Cabezon SS-334 - History

Cabezon SS-334 - History

Cabezon SS-334CabezonA Saltwater fish of sculpin family inhabiting the North Atlantic and North Pacific Oceans.SS-334:dp. 1,526; l.311’9”: b.27”3”; dr. 15”3 s. 20 k, cpl 66 a.:1 5”;10 21’’ tt. Cl GatoCabezon (SS-334) was launched 27 August 12944 by Electric Boat Co., Groton, Conn.; sponsored by Mrs. T.

Roman road unearthed in Bulgaria

Roman road unearthed in Bulgaria

Archaeologists from the National Museum of Bulgarian History have discovered the edge of the Sostra highway, located on the Roman public course from Oescus to Philippopolis. The wagon complex was an important resting point for dignitaries and even emperors and their families who traveled from Oescus to Philippopolis.

Maya Palace Emerges from Yucatan Jungle

Maya Palace Emerges from Yucatan Jungle

Researchers from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have confirmed the finding of an impressive Maya palace in the Archaeological Zone of Kulubá, in Yucatán.