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The Temperance Movement
This is George. After a fight with his wife over his alcohol abuse, he decided to go to a bar. After feeling he has had enough (when he was thoroughly intoxicated) he started to head home.
George reflects over his choices... but you know, in a drunken way. He starts to put blame on his wife and kids for his alcohol consumption. He doesn't feel well whatsoever.
It's all THEIR FAULT. Oh, when I get home...
When George arrives home, he is filled with rage and begins to beat his wife, Bella, and his kids Lily and John. His wife takes most of the beating to protect the kids.
Sick and tire of George's actions, Bella joins the temperance movement while he was at a bar in an effort to outlaw alcohol and bring the family back together.
Their family lived in Maine, and in 1851, alcohol was outlawed. George continued drinking, however, and was arrested and sent to jail. Bella remarried and their family (without George) lived happily ever after.
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