Temperance

Temperance
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  • Portland, Maine June 9th, 1851
  • What is he talking about?
  • What does he mean?
  • Intemperance stands as the most troubling problem in America today, and now I am glad to say Maine has now devised a solution to solve this evil.
  • What do you mean Governor Dow?
  • What about him?
  • As you all may know, I have been president of the Maine Temperance Union since last year, and I have very good relations with Maine governor John Hubbard.
  • What does he have to do with this?
  • This is a violation of our natural rights!
  • You what?!
  • Last week, govenor Hubbard signed a bill I proposed that will completely outlaw the sale and consumption of alcohol in the state of Maine.
  • This is outrageous!
  • What are we supposed to do with our alcohol we have now?!
  • I have gallons of whiskey I sell to make a living! Now what do I do?!
  • This is ludicrious!
  • Selling whiskey is what keeps money coming in for me!
  • Governor Hubbard and I have agreed to a two week grace period for you all to sell your alcohol OUT OF STATE. Any alcohol that is then found will be confiscated.
  • It will be just the opposite! America will be full of corruption and illegal alcohol dealers!
  • You cannot shut down every distillery in America! This will turn bad, fast!
  • The Maine Law is the first of its kind in the nation, and will someday make America an even greater nation.
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