The Temperance Movement

The meaning of the temperance movement

The temperance movement was a movement in which people tried to band alcohol from the country completely.

The leader of the temperance movement was Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Alcohol should be banned because people waist their money that does them no good in health and money.

Alcohol should be banned because it is bad for your health and is kills brain cells. People who drink usually have kidney, liver, and brine problems. Most of the Untied States population dies of drinking.

Drinking has lead to crime and neglect of duty of work and kids.

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