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comprehensive history of the rise and progress of the temperance reformation
P. T Winskill
|Statement||by P. T. Winskill.|
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|Pagination||xxiv, 576 p. ;|
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In the s, temperance gained ground largely through the work of Presbyterian minister Lyman Beecher. InBeecher delivered six sermons on temperance that were published the follow year as Six Sermons on the Nature, Occasions, Signs, Evils, and Remedy of urged total abstinence from hard liquor and called for the formation of voluntary associations to bring forth a new.
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Members originally pledged to shun only hard liquor. Byhowever, leaders of the temperance movement, including Beecher, called for a more comprehensive approach. Thereafter, most temperance societies advocated total abstinence; no longer would beer and wine be tolerated.
Such total abstinence from alcohol is known as teetotalism. the rise and progress of religion in the soul. CHAPTER I.
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