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Temperance groups in the 1910s focused on:

A. boycotts of saloons and companies that sold or transported alcohol.
B. convincing individuals of the evils of alcohol.
C. passing local laws outlawing the sale and production of liquor.
D. fighting organized crime's control of the liquor industry.
E. building alliances between Protestant and Catholic churches.

  • HiSTORY ....helpppppp -

    What does your book say? What is your answer?

  • HiSTORY ....helpppppp -

    i think B

  • HiSTORY ....helpppppp -

    I lean toward C. What have you learned from your book about this era of temperance?

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