The Blue Ribbon movement was briefly the primary focus of American “gospel temperance” around 1880. It was a Protestant (evangelical) movement advocating total abstinence begun in Northern New England by a Roman Catholic Irish-born bartender named Francis Murphy, who converted ...

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