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From: Eric Oppen <ravenclaweric at gmail.com>
The American Temperance movement was a lot more powerful and influential,
AFAIK, than the one in the UK, which, reversing the usual 19th-century
pattern, was an admiring imitator of the American original. I can't speak
to Australia or NZ.
Gwynne: Australia is the only nation that used alcohol as official currency.
Alcohol also played a part in all three attempted revolutions. Temperance
didn't get much of a foothold.
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