How did the Eighteenth Amendment cause an effect opposite to its intention?
Group of answer choices
Supporters of the amendment argued that it would increase tax revenues from alcohol, but producers and distributors resorted to illegal sales to maintain their profits.
Supporters of the amendment believed that its passage would improve the country's moral fiber, but it instead made alcohol seem edgier and more glamorous.
The amendment sought to reduce the negative health effects attributed to alcohol, but prevented hospitals from using alcohol in patient treatment.
The amendment sought to reduce crime resulting from the consumption of alcohol, but in fact it led to the rise of organized crime in the United States.
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