Temperance Movement

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  • The
  • If you continue to sell alcohol, God will no longer bless the United States
  • Grocery
  • Temperance
  • No Alcohol
  • Why are you not selling alcohol?
  • Grocery Temperance Supporter
  • Movement
  • You must choose your country or your drink.
  • No Alcohol
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  • Grocery Temperance Supporter
  • Do you have to think about the answer?
  • In the 1820s, the Temperance Movement began in an effort to reduce or ban the sale of alcohol. Large groups of women and some men gathered outside local grocery stores to protest. Most protesters were women and children who endured the effects of drinking and believed God would no longer bless the United States if heavy drinking continued.
  • People who disagreed with the Temperance Movement claimed it took away their liberties and free will. Many argued that citizens in a democratic country should be able to choose to drink alcohol or not. The liquor industry also fought against the Temperance Leaders to protect its business.
  • In the 1830s, the Temperance Movement came to a finish. Prohibition-related violence, the drinking of unregulated alcohol, and its unenforceable policy lead to the end.
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