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One might suppose that a "bobbed hair party" was the best social alternative that could have been offered six months after the 1919 passage of the 18th Amendment, which ushered in the Volstead Act and the entire legal prohibition of alcohol in the United States.

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VANITY FAIR Throws a Bobbed Hair Party (Vanity Fair, 1919)

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