Theory of Temperance Movement Religious Motivation for Temperance Historical Development of Reform Movement Unintended Consequences of War on Drugs (1969-Present) Future of Reform Movement State Authority v. Personal Autonomy Debate in Continuing Debate over “Drug” Decriminalization
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Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Temperance Movement Temperance as Form of Social Control
Historical Development of Reform Movement First U.S. Efforts to Curb Alcohol Consumption Late 19th Century U.S. Efforts to Curb Alcohol Consumption Prohibition Experiment(s)
Key Moments Carrie Nation Launches Her “Hatchetations” Campaign (1900)
NORML Founded to Campaign for Marijuana Law Reform (1970) Nancy Reagan Initiates “Just Say No” Campaign (1982)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements Temperance and Health Reform, Public Education Reform, Progressivism, and Religious Benevolence Temperance and Woman’s Rights
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