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ALL BUT WHICH of the following were factors that contributed to the repeal of the Prohibition Amendment by 1933?
Many Americans continued to drink alcoholic beverages despite the law.
The law was weakly enforced by the Federal government.
It had become apparent that Prohibition was a major cause of The Great Depression.
Tax revenue could be collected from legalized alcoholic beverages.
Organized crime syndicates had grown too large and violent.