It seems to me that a constitutional amendment is a rather heavy-handed tool to outlaw alcohol.
Why wasn't it outlawed through an act of Congress? It seems to me that this is perfectly possible, since many substances are outlawed through regular acts such as the Controlled Substances Act.
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