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Reviving the Religious Origins of the U.S. Temperance Movement
Unformatted Document Text:  Calhoun, Craig. 1993. “’New Social Movements’ of the Early Nineteenth Century,” Social Science History 17(3): 385-422. Coon, Anne C. 1995. “The Magnetic Circle: Stanton, Bloomer, and Douglass,” Rochester History 57(3). Gusfield, J. R. 1986. Symbolic Crusade: Status Politics and the American Temperance Movement, 2nd ed. Urbana : University of Illinois Press Hanagan, Michael P., Leslie P. Moch, and Wayne Te Brake, editors. 1998. Challenging Authority: The Historical Study of Contentious Politics, Social Movements, Protest, and Contention – Volume 7. University of Minnesota Press Minneapolis. Holt, Michael F. 2003. The Rise and Fall of the American Whig Party: Jacksonian Politics and the Onset of the Civil War. Oxford University Press, USA. Kett, Joseph F. 1981. “Review Essay/Temperance and Intemperance as Historical Problems,” The Journal of American History 67(4): 878-885. Klandermans, Bert and Dirk Oegema. 1987. “Potentials, Networks, Motivations, and Barriers: Steps Towards Participation in Social Movements,” American Sociological Review 52(4): 519-531. Levine, H. G. 1984. “The Alcohol Problem in America: From Temperance to Prohibition,” British Journal of Addiction 79:109-19. Mathews, Donald G. 1969. “The Second Great Awakening as an Organizing Process, 1790-1830: An Hypothesis,” American Quarterly 21(1): 23-43. Merrill, John L. 1988. “The Bible and the American Temperance Movement: Text, Context, and Pretext,” Harvard Theological Review 81(2): 145-170. Morone, James A. 2003. Hellfire Nation: The Politics of Sin in American History. Yale University Press New Haven & London. Pedan, Alex. 2005. “Analysis of Count Data Using the SAS System,” Vasca Inc. Paper 247-26, 1-6. http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi26/p247-26.pdf (10/19/06) Perkins, Dexter. 1939. “Rochester One Hundred Years Ago: The City and Its People,” Rochester History 1(3). Rorabaugh, W.J. 1979. The Alcoholic Republic: An American Tradition. Oxford University Press, Inc. Rumbarger, J .J. 1989. Profits, Power, and Prohibition: Alcohol Reform and the Industrializing of America , 1800-1930. Albany : State University of New York Press. Singer, Judith D. and John B. Willet. 2003. Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis: Modeling Change and Event Occurrences, Oxford University Press, Inc. New York. Skocpol, Theda. 1997. “The Tocqueville Problem: Civic Engagement in American Democracy.” Social Science History 21:455-479.

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Calhoun, Craig. 1993. “’New Social Movements’ of the Early Nineteenth Century,” Social
Science History
17(3): 385-422.
Coon, Anne C. 1995. “The Magnetic Circle: Stanton, Bloomer, and Douglass,” Rochester History
57(3).
Gusfield, J. R. 1986. Symbolic Crusade: Status Politics and the American Temperance
Movement,
2nd ed. Urbana : University of Illinois Press
Hanagan, Michael P., Leslie P. Moch, and Wayne Te Brake, editors. 1998. Challenging
Authority: The Historical Study of Contentious Politics, Social Movements, Protest, and
Contention – Volume 7
. University of Minnesota Press Minneapolis.
Holt, Michael F. 2003. The Rise and Fall of the American Whig Party: Jacksonian Politics and
the Onset of the Civil War
. Oxford University Press, USA.
Kett, Joseph F. 1981. “Review Essay/Temperance and Intemperance as Historical Problems,”
The Journal of American History 67(4): 878-885.
Klandermans, Bert and Dirk Oegema. 1987. “Potentials, Networks, Motivations, and Barriers:
Steps Towards Participation in Social Movements,” American Sociological Review 52(4): 519-
531.
Levine, H. G. 1984. “The Alcohol Problem in America: From Temperance to Prohibition,”
British Journal of Addiction 79:109-19.
Mathews, Donald G. 1969. “The Second Great Awakening as an Organizing Process, 1790-1830:
An Hypothesis,” American Quarterly 21(1): 23-43.
Merrill, John L. 1988. “The Bible and the American Temperance Movement: Text, Context, and
Pretext,” Harvard Theological Review 81(2): 145-170.
Morone, James A. 2003. Hellfire Nation: The Politics of Sin in American History. Yale
University Press New Haven & London.
Pedan, Alex. 2005. “Analysis of Count Data Using the SAS System,” Vasca Inc. Paper 247-26, 1-
6.
(10/19/06)
Perkins, Dexter. 1939. “Rochester One Hundred Years Ago: The City and Its People,” Rochester
History
1(3).
Rorabaugh, W.J. 1979. The Alcoholic Republic: An American Tradition. Oxford University Press,
Inc.
Rumbarger, J .J. 1989. Profits, Power, and Prohibition: Alcohol Reform and the Industrializing
of America , 1800-1930.
Albany : State University of New York Press.
Singer, Judith D. and John B. Willet. 2003. Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis: Modeling
Change and Event Occurrences,
Oxford University Press, Inc. New York.
Skocpol, Theda. 1997. “The Tocqueville Problem: Civic Engagement in American Democracy.”
Social Science History 21:455-479.


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