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Why the Temperance Movement Ended

The temperance Movement was the cause of the 18th amendment, which outlawed the buying, producing, or selling of liquor but the 18th amendment only remained in service for 13 years. This is because the 21st amendment was created which abolished the 18th amendment. You may ask, “Why would they get rid of a law that […]

The Beginning of the Temperance Reform

The Temperance Reform started in the early 1800’s when people started to drink alcohol excessively. They thought it was a necessity to life, and they drank it as a substitute for water because of safety issues. However, people started to realize the negative effects of drinking and passed laws to ban alcohol completely. These people […]

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