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Published on Sep 16, 2008
The period of alcohol prohibition in the 1920's saw the rise of Moonshine, a homemade brew that, while very dangerous, would give drinkers the buzz they were looking for. Nearly a century later, we in America are facing a national epidemic of methamphetamine use. Better known as crystal meth, speed, or tweek; it is a synthetic drugs that can be cooked up anywhere with items purchased at a grocery store. Has drug prohibition created a black market for cheaper, more dangerous, and easier to acquire substances?