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Women who crusaded against the use of alcohol were part of the __________ movement. A) education reform B) abolitionist C) temperance D) revolution
Women who crusaded against the use of alcohol were part of the TEMPERANCE movement.
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Women who crusaded against the use of alcohol were part of the TEMPERANCE movement.
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What was the purpose of the temperance movement? A) free medical care for children B) free education for children C) prohibition of the sale and drinking of alcohol D) prohibition of music and dancing in public
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The fight against the use of alcohol was known as the __________ movement. A) abolitionist B) temperance C) suffrage
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The fight against the use of alcohol was known as the TEMPERANCE movement.
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What did the people who supported temperance achieve for a short period of time in the early 1900's? A) The sale of alcohol was banned in the United States. B) Alcohol was given away for free in the United States. C) Women got the right to vote. D) The slaves became free.
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The people who supported temperance achieved for a short period of time in the early 1900's:
The sale of alcohol was banned in the United States.
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The temperance movement worked to abolish __________. A) slavery B) alcohol C) cigarettes
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Which group was formed to speak out against drinking alcohol? A) Underground Railroad B) National Women’s Suffrage Association C) National Medical Women’s Association D) Daughters of Temperance
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Daughters of Temperance was formed to speak out against drinking alcohol.
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