Runes, Dagobert D. Different ideas were being expressed through The Second Great Awakening. The common law was predominately used regardless of ones own religious preference.
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In the pamphlet's opening story, a little boy who has been raised by his pro-temperance grandmother pays his father a visit. The organization trained women in important skills for a changing world — leadership, public speaking and political thinking. At the end of his essay, Rush described the moral evils that resulted from the use of distilled spirits such as fraud, theft, uncleanliness and murder Runes Nicholson inspired pathos by describing those who protested temperance as hateful, unprincipled and criminal men with unworthy motives.
The large quantity of temperance pamphlets targeted towards children was likely a result of Puritan ideology. Some of the more active members disrupted business at saloons and liquor stores. There were several reasons for this change: lack of enforcement, lack of effectiveness in goal, change in public support or thought, and economic factors.
As James Morone wrote in his recent book, Hellfire Nation: The Politics of Sin in American History, "With preachers announcing that the millennium lay at hand, men and women began to swear off hard spirits; the yearning for perfection drew them until they were pledging total abstinence" On December 5,the to the U.
In order to try and get things lower, all bars were closed as well as all alcohol being burned or dumped.