MA Thesis/Dissertation by Caitlin Hartney, 2017, State University at New York at Buffalo. On file at Buffalo Hisory Museum. Also available online.
After a 143 year history, the National Woman’s Christian Temperance Union will merge with the Frances Willard Historical Association under a new name The Center For Women’s History and Leadership. Here is the link to the article. Evanston Roundtable, Sept 20, 2017 . Tomorrow there is a “Do Everything” Birthday celebration at the Frances Willard Rest Cottage and associated buildings. See also the WCTU webpage WCTU – Center for Women’s History and Leadership.
Read the article from The Times of Ottawa, IL, here . From the article is the following paragraph:
(New Book) English translations of 1930’s Austrian Socialist workers militias leader Julius Deutsch and the AustroMarxist Experiment; translated by Gabriel Kuhn, an Austrian writer living in Sweden who also authored “Sober Living for the Revolution” and “All Power to the Councils”. All three published by PM Press, Oakland, CA.
Teetotalers may be proportionately more numerous in Britain today than during the heyday of the Victorian temperance movement, with a quarter of young adults under 25 now being total abstainers as well as 32% of all adults in London (which has a large Muslim population). In the United Kingdom as a whole, 21% of adults now are total abstainers. By way of comparison, slightly more than a third of adult Americans report that they do not drink.
Annemarie McAllister, “Giant alcohol – A worthy opponent for the children of the band of hope,” Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy 22/2 (April 2015): 102-110.