Category: Organizations

Alcoholism and Denial: a Serious Problem Faced by Alcoholics

alcoholism and denial

Almost everyone has heard that alcoholism and denial are related. And probably everyone has heard the old “Have you stopped beating your wife” trick question. Answering either yes or no damns the respondent. Similarly, the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12-step program also supports a “heads I win, tails you lose” trick question. Question: “Are you alcoholic?” …

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Power Over Alcohol (Learn How to Strengthen Your Power!)

Temperance Magazines or Journals

You really do have personal power over alcohol. Unfortunately, A.A. teaches that we don’t. And those who believe it really do have less power as a result. It’s a self-fulfilling prophesy. But remember that ypu do have power over it. Here’s proof. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) conducted nation-wide research. It …

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Alcohol Rehabs and Money (Often More about Money than Helping People)

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The alcohol and drug treatment industry is enormous and highly profitable. However, it’s very competitive. To lure patients or clients, many rehabs and retreats use falsehoods and deception. When it comes to alcohol rehabs and money, it’s often more about money. Helping people is of minor concern. There’s little regulation, deception is common, and it’s …

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Women’s Organization for National Prohibition Reform

Organization for National Prohibition Reform

 Pauline Morton Sabin founded the Women’s Organization for National Prohibition Reform (WONPR) in 1929. She had earlier been a staunch supporter of National Prohibition (1920-1933). However, over time she came to realize that the social experiment was ineffective. In addition, she saw that was causing many very serious problems. In short, it was worse than …

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The Crusaders (Influential Prohibition Repeal Group)


Business leader Fred G. Clark founded The Crusaders in 1929. National Prohibition (1920-1933) was causing many very serious problems. They included bootlegging, gangerstism, and rampant violence. Fred Clark was appalled at the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago. Rivalry among competing bootlegging gangsters led to that horrible massacre. The group didn’t work at the national …

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