Index
Abolitionism, 30, 39, 73–74
Abstinence pledge, 53–54
Agnew, Daniel, 107–8, 111
ahms. See American Home Missionary Society
AlabamaChristianAdvocate, 134
Alcoholic Liquor Traffic Committee, 256 n.91
Alcohol intake, 227 n.5
American Anti-Slavery Society, 73–74
American Home Missionary Society, 31
AmericanIssue, 118, 120
American (Know Nothing) party, 128–29
American Temperance Society, 29–31, 36, 57, 74
American Temperance Union, 29, 31–32, 35, 36,
57, 74–75
Anderson,William H., 179–80
Antebellum period, 24–29
Anti-corruption reforms, 277 n.114
Anti-Jug Bill, 146
Anti-liquor candidates, 77
Anti-liquor crusade: moderate wing of, 45–63;
radical wing of, 36–45
Anti-liquor movement, 92–93; division in, post-
1875, 1; first attempt to secure constitutional
legislation, 94; identifying goals to use in all
jurisdictions, 89; parallels with other reform
endeavors, 18; parochial beginnings (1830–
37), 70–75; petitioning as tool of, 74; radicals’
approach to, 1–2; constitutional prohibitionists
vs. local-optionists, 172; tactics of, 65, 66–67.
Seealso Prohibition movement
Anti-liquor petitions, 58, 75, 76, 253 n.49. Seealso
Petitioning
Anti-lottery movement, 95–96
Anti-Race Track Gambling Act, 124
Anti-Saloon League of America, 3–5, 9, 23;
accomplishments of, 7, 156, 182–83, 200;
churches and, 62, 185; enforcement backed by,
55, 199; fund raising by, 161; Gladden’s rela-
tionship with, 187–89; as leader of prohibition
forces, 62–63, 140–41; local gradualism and,
201–2; local option backed by, 48–49, 89, 111,
120, 163; moderation of, 19, 54, 59–60, 62, 143,
188, 215–16; parties’ relations with, 142, 149;
Rowell’s association with, 194; shifting support
for, 57, 61–62, 199–200; strategy and tactics of,
18, 24, 64, 86–87, 90, 120, 143, 149, 180–81,
196; structure of, 24, 56; Woods’s relationship
with, 190–92
Anti-Saloon Republicans, 9, 54, 137
Armstrong,William H., 97
Ash, Roberta, 222 n.36
asl. See Anti-Saloon League of America
Association against the Prohibition Amendment,
200
ats. See American Temperance Society
atu. See American Temperance Union
Audubon Society, 210
Baker, Purley, 61–62, 187
Ballot propositions, 159–60
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