Published January 20, 1999
by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin / designed and published by J.W. Barber, New Haven, Conn. Print shows an archway of the nine steps of a drunkard's progress, beginning with a man in fancy dress having "a glass with a friend" and then his gradual decline in society with poverty & disease, criminal activity, becoming a bum, and his eventual "death by suicide"; a weeping woman with child is under archway. Description Print shows an archway of the nine steps of a drunkard's progress, beginning with a man in fancy dress having "a glass with a friend" and then his gradual decline in society with poverty & disease, criminal activity, becoming a bum, and his eventual "death by suicide"; a weeping woman with child is under archway. Anti-alcoholism cartoons like this one, which depicts the nine steps of the "drunkard's progress," were widespread in the 19th century. Josh Brown of the American Social History Project explains why. Keywords Temperance, Alcoholism, Reform, Men, Women, Labor, Domesticity, Homestead, Children, Family, Immigrants, Morality Citation MLA.
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