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The backlash against the drink culture in nineteenth-century Berwick-upon- Tweed which has parallels with stories in the media today. How the Victorians dealt with the problem. The rise of the Temperance Movement and the influence of Scotland on this English town.
Print version published 2010.

Published: Blue Button Publications on
ISBN: 9781476006055
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