Rumrunning and The Roaring Twenties
By: Sara R.
- RUMRUNNING AND THE ROARING TWENTIES
- Daily newspapers, magazines, radio and other media gave attention to the violent acts of criminals, the bribery and collusion of police and the violations of the Volstead Act.
- In 1929 and 1930, Detroiters were exposed to a steady diet of gang violence, murder and other liquor related crimes.