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A Temperance Leader The Methodist Board of Temperance, Prohibition, and Public Morals. It was a powerful force in the temperance movement. In 1920, it built the Methodist Building on Capitol Hill in Washington. This was to increase even more its power in the nation’s capital. After Prohibition was imposed, the Methodist Board of Temperance pushed …

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Church Temperance Society (Protestant Episcopal Church)

Short Name The Church Temperance Society. That’s the short name of the Temperance Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America. The society was established in 1881 to promote temperance, ‘rescue’ the intemperate, and eliminate the perceived causes of intemperance. In promoting temperance, the Society considered the moderate consumption of alcohol …

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Prohibition National Committee of the Prohibition Party

The Democratic National Committee governs the Democratic Party. The Republican National Committee governs the Republican Party. And the Prohibition National Committee governs the Prohibition Party. That political party was formed in 1869 and continues  to exist today. Current Status The current status of the Prohibition Party is unclear. A small faction of the Prohibition Party …

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