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The alcoholic republic, an American tradition

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  • "This social history documents the great 'alcoholic binge' that occurred between 1790 and 1840, when Americans drank more alcoholic beverages--nearly a halt pint of hard liquor per man per day--than at any other time in American history. American men were taught to drink as children--even as babies. However, alcohol usages crossed sexual, regional, racial and class lines."
  • "Alkoholismus / Geschichte / USA."

  • "History"
  • "History"@en
  • "Geschiedenis (vorm)"
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  • "The alcoholic republic, an American tradition"@en
  • "The alcoholic republic, an American tradition"
  • "The Alcoholic Republic an American Tradition"@en
  • "The Alcoholic republic : an American tradition"
  • "The alcoholic republic : an American tradition"