Asked by Kayla Ruelle on Mar 10, 2024



What did the Twenty-first Amendment do?

A) ended literacy requirements for voting
B) ended Prohibition
C) allowed women to vote
D) gave workers the right to form unions
E) allowed men and women to carry guns for self-defense.

Twenty-First Amendment

This amendment to the United States Constitution effectively ended Prohibition by repealing the Eighteenth Amendment, allowing for the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol.


A period in the early 20th century when the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcoholic beverages were banned in the United States by the 18th Amendment.

Literacy Requirements

Conditions or standards related to the ability to read and write, often set as criteria for accessing certain rights, positions, or opportunities.

  • Recognize the societal and financial effects of the New Deal initiatives.
  • Examine the impact of the New Deal on the development of American liberalism and its political ideologies.

Verified Answer

Joanna Potet

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution repealed the Eighteenth Amendment, effectively ending Prohibition, the nationwide ban on the sale and importation of alcoholic beverages.