bootleggers were people who illegally sold alcohol.
People used many techniques to circumvent National Prohibition. They made their own alcoholic beverages, they went to speakeasies, they brought alcohol across the border from Canada, they bought from bootleggers, etc.
In 1927 the federal agents estimated gross income of Capone and his crew alone was $60,000,000 from beer and liquor. That is three-quarters of a billion dollars in 2011, according to the CPI Inflation Calculator (online). Also, in 1927 80% of Canada's whiskey production was purchased by American bootleggers.
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Between the end of WWI and the beginning of the Great Depression....unsure of the exact years, but I would guess 1918-1932. Look up Roaring 20s and Bootleggers.
BootLeggers as well as millions of ordinary citizens.
Speakeasies and bootleggers were a product of: Prohibition.
The Bootleggers - 1922 was released on: USA: April 1922
Bootleggers - 1974 was released on: USA: 6 June 1974
Bootleggers - 1974 is rated/received certificates of: Norway:15 USA:PG
Bootleggers sold illegal alcohol to consumers and helped to bypass the laws.
Bootlegging is when you sell an illegal product. Bootleggers used to sell illegally produced alcoholic beverages.
Behind the Scenes with the Bootleggers - 1926 was released on: USA: February 1926
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