What Were Illegal Bars Called in the 1920's?

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Currently as of December 9, 2012 it is public record that the illegal bars were called, speak easies in the 1920's. It is said that during the Prohibition era that this term was used.
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The underground institution of drinking in gin joints were called the speakeasy. Text us! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 04:31PM EST. Source: www.essortment.com
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A bar or saloon that illegally served liquor to patrons during the Prohibition era was called a speakeasy, a term that evolved from the original phrase "speak ...
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