Prohibition Beer Stein

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Heavy glass 12 ounce beer mug with colored image of large stein of beer flanked by black and white images of Franklin D. Roosevelt (on left) and John N. Garner (on right). "ROOSEVELT AND GARNER" printed along bottom. Design is adapted from a1932 Campaign License Plate in the collection of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum.

Prohibition was a major issue during the 1932 campaign, with the Republicans supporting it and the Democrats trying to repeal it. In 1933, while the Twenty-First Amendment (designed to do away with Prohibition) was making its way through the government, FDR amended the Volstead Act to allow the sale of beer.
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