There are two sides to every story, or so the saying goes. The exception that proves the rule, however, is prohibition. No one ever says what the positives of prohibition were. We hear about the crime and infringement on freedoms without a counterbalance. That’s extraordinary. Even when discussing fascists, people take the time to mention that they got the trains running on schedule. It’s my understanding that prohibition was actually a feminist issue. Can anyone enlighten me? What is the other side of the story of prohibition?