American Temperance Movement

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American History

 

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August 15, 2013

 

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It was so extensive that "Estimates for 1790, at the end of the colonial period, place per capita consumption of absolute alcohol (the alcohol content of alcoholic beverages) at three gallons, about one and a half times the amount of per capita consumption in the United States today. Despite staggering consumption rate, the relatively high level of per capita consumption failed to produce widespread concern about drinking...
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Despite staggering consumption rate, the relatively high level of per capita consumption failed to produce widespread concern about drinking. The widespread consumption failed to produce a temperance movement in colonial America because the drinking was greatly integrated within the society. When alcohol is integrated into a society, it is consumed in organized situations that adhere to community norms...
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