Unless you’re a 3rd generation Oklahoman, you probably don’t know that prohibition didn’t end in the mid 30s, in Oklahoma.
The demise of Prohibition deserves more than passing mention. Oklahoma was one of the last states to allow strong drink. By the time of repeal in 1959, open saloons serving whatever customers wanted flourished in urban centers, and bootleggers provided fast arid efficient home service for those in dire need.
A retelling of the dubious escapades our past state leaders have been exposed for their role in.