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Domesticating Drink Women Men and Alcohol in America 1870 1940 Gender Relations in the American Experience

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E alcohol consumption better than any book I ve ead so far I first discovered Catherine Gilbert Murdock when she appeared in Ken Burns outstanding documentary on prohibition aptly titled Prohibition I found her segments fascinating and immediately set out on prohibition aptly titled Prohibition I found her segments fascinating and immediately set out track down her book The temperance and prohibition movements and as Murdock explains effectively used the fight against drunkenness as a oute
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political empowerment and participation the same time espectable women drank at home in a pattern of moderation at odds with contemporaneous male alcohol abuseDuring the 1920s with federal prohibition a eality many women began to assert with federal prohibition a eality many women began to assert hard won sense of freedom by becoming social drin.
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