The Quiz: What is the nickname of the law that created Prohibition?
Explanation : The policy of Prohibition would have been worthless without enforcement, which came in the form of the National Prohibition Act, aka the Volstead Act. The law’s nickname came from Minnesota Representative Andrew Volstead, one of the leading supporters of Prohibition. The Volstead Act was one of the rare cases of a presidential veto being overridden by support in Congress.
Correct Answer: Volstead Act