Test: European History


The temperance movement in Great Britain was based on the idea that _____________.

many social ills could be traced back to widespread excessive alcohol consumption

social welfare as the solution to many societal imbalances

sexual licentiousness was the cause of epidemic levels of sexual transmitted disease in the general population

many social ills could be traced back to an increasing tide of secularism moving over the general population

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