eBook Alcohol and Drugs in North America: A Historical Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1598844792
  • ISBN-13: 9781598844795
  • DDC: 363.29097
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 844 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released December 2013
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Overview

This two-volume encyclopedia provides accessibly written coverage on a wide range of topics, covering substances ranging from whiskey to peyote as well as related topics such as Mexican drug trafficking and societal effects caused by specific drugs. The entries also supply an excellent overview of the history of temperance movements in Canada and the United States; trends in alcohol consumption, its production, and its role in the economy; as well as alcohol's and drugs' roles in shaping national discourse, the creation of organizations for treatment and study, and legal responses.

This resource includes primary documents and a bibliography offering important books, articles, and Internet sources related to the topic.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
Preface.
Chronology.
1: AB InBev.
2: Addiction Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky.
3: Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario.
4: Advertising Regulations (Canada).
5: Alcohol and Drugs History Society.
6: Alcohol as Medicine.
7: Alcohol Consumption in Canada.
8: Alcohol Consumption in the United States.
9: Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
10: Alcoholics' Mutual Aid Groups (United States).
11: Alcoholism.
12: American Association for the Study and Cure of Inebriety (AASCI).
13: American Temperance Society (ATS).
14: Anderson, William Hamilton (1874–1959).
15: Anslinger, Harry Jacob (1892–1975).
16: Anti-Saloon League of America (ASLA).
17: Art, Representations of Alcohol in.
18: Art, Representations of Drugs in.
19: Art, Representations of Temperance in.
20: Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA).
21: Bacon, Selden Daskam.
22: Baker, Purley Albert.
23: Bass, Elizabeth.
24: Beer.
25: Blue Ribbon Movement.
26: Breathalyzer.
27: Breweriana.
28: Bronfman Family.
29: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
30: Busch Family.
31: Calles, Plutarco Elías.
32: Canada Temperance Act.
33: Cannabis (Marijuana).
34: Cannon, James, Jr..
35: Caribbean, Alcohol in.
36: Caribbean, Drugs in.
37: Carling Brewery.
38: Central America, Alcohol in.
39: Central America, Drugs in.
40: Cervecería Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma.
41: Chafetz, Morris Edward.
42: Cherrington, Ernest Hurst.
43: Chiniquy, (Father) Charles Paschal Telesphore.
44: Chocolate and Cacao.
45: Christopher D. Smithers Foundation.
46: Cider.
47: Cigarettes.
48: Cirrhosis of the Liver.
49: Civil Damage Laws.
50: Clark, Norman Harold.
51: Cocaine.
52: Coffee.
53: Comité Nacional de Lucha Contra el Alcoholismo.
54: Committee of Fifty.
55: Controlled Substances Act.
56: Coors (Molson Coors) Brewing.
57: Crothers, Thomas Davison.
58: Crystal Meth.
59: Dashaway Association.
60: Daughters of Temperance.
61: Democratic Party (United States) and Temperance.
62: Dirección Anti-Alcohólica.
63: Dominion Alliance for the Total Suppression of the Liquor Traffic.
64: Dougall, John.
65: Dow, Neal.
66: Drunk Driving Laws (United States).
67: Ecstasy.
68: Edwards, Justin.
69: Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).
70: Energy Drinks.
71: Federal Prohibition (Canada).
72: Federal Regulation of Alcohol before 1920 (United States).
73: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS).
74: Fifteen Gallon Law.
75: Films, Representations of Drinking and Temperance in.
76: Films, Representations of Drugs in.
77: First Nations, the Indian Act, and Prohibition (Canada).
78: Franco, Ing. Luis G..
79: French Connection.
80: Fruit Liqueurs.
81: Gallo Family.
82: Gin and Vodka.
83: Good Templars (IOGT).
84: Gordon, Anna Adams.
85: Gough, John Bartholomew.
86: Grupo Modelo.
87: Guildive.
88: Gusfield, Joseph R..
89: Haggard, Howard Wilcox.
90: Handsome Lake (Ga-nya-di-yoh).
91: Harrison Narcotics Tax Act.
92: Hazelden Foundation.
93: Heileman, G., Brewing.
94: Heroin.
95: Higher Education, Alcohol and Drugs in.
96: Hiram Walker.
97: Hobson, Richmond Pearson.
98: Hughes, Harold Everett.
99: Hunt, Mary Hannah Hanchett.
100: Huxley, Aldous.
101: Intercollegiate Prohibition Association (IPA).
102: Interdiction and Curatorship.
103: International Reform Federation, Inc..
104: Irish Americans and Alcohol and Drugs.
105: Isbell, Harris.
106: James, William.
107: Jellinek, Elvin Morton.
108: Johnson, William Eugene “Pussyfoot”.
109: Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
110: Keeley Institutes.
111: Keller, Mark.
112: Kesey, Ken.
113: Kirk, Chester H., Collection on Alcoholism and Alcoholics Anonymous.
114: Knights of Father Mathew.
115: Kolb, Lawrence.
116: Labatt Brewing Company Limited.
117: Labor in the U.S. Liquor Industry.
118: Laudanum.
119: Lauer, Frederick.
120: Leary, Timothy.
121: Leavitt, Mary Greenleaf Clement.
122: Licensing (Canada).
123: Literature, Representations of Drinking in.
124: Literature, Representations of Drugs in.
125: Literature, Representations of Temperance in.
126: Local Option.
127: LSD.
Title Page.
1: Mailloux, (Father) Alexis.
2: Maine Law.
3: Mann, Marty.
4: Marsh, John.
5: Martha Washington Societies.
6: Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance (MSSI).
7: McAuley, Jerry.
8: McBride, Francis Scott.
9: McCarthy, Raymond Gerald.
10: McClung, Nellie Letitia.
11: Mencken, H. L..
12: Methamphetamines and Amphetamines.
13: Meth Labs.
14: Methodist Board of Temperance, Prohibition, and Public Morals (MBTP).
15: Mexico, Alcohol in.
16: Mexico, Drugs in.
17: Mexico and Drug Trafficking.
18: Microbreweries (United States and Canada).
19: Miller (SABMiller) Brewing.
20: Moerlein (Christian) Family.
21: Molson (Molson Coors) Brewery.
22: Moonshine.
23: Moral Suasion.
24: Morphine.
25: Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
26: Murphy, Francis.
27: Music, Popular, Representations of Drinking in.
28: Music, Representations of Temperance in.
29: Musto, David F..
30: Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act.
31: Nation, Carry Amelia Moore.
32: National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD).
33: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
34: National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
35: National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML).
36: National Prohibition (United States).
37: National Temperance Society and Publication House (NTSPH).
38: Native Americans: Drinking Patterns and Temperance Reform.
39: New France.
40: Non-Partisan Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
41: Opium.
42: Pabst Brewing Company.
43: Parke, Davis & Company.
44: Patent Medicines.
45: Personal Liberty League.
46: Peyote.
47: Portes Gil, Emilio.
48: Prescription Drugs.
49: Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving.
50: Prohibition Bureau.
51: Prohibition Party (United States).
52: Provincial Liquor Boards (Canada).
53: Provincial Liquor Stores (Canada).
54: Provincial Prohibition (Canada).
55: Provincial Regulation (Canada).
56: Pulque.
57: Rand Report (1976, 1981).
58: Raskob, John Jakob.
59: Reformed Men's Clubs.
60: Religion, Influence on Use of Alcohol and Drugs.
61: Republican Party (United States) and Temperance.
62: Rescue Missions.
63: Research Council on Problems of Alcohol (RCPA).
64: Resorts.
65: Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic (Canada).
66: Rum.
67: Rush, Benjamin.
68: Russell, Howard Hyde.
69: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies.
70: Sabin, Pauline Morton.
71: Saloons and Taverns (United States).
72: Saloons, Taverns, Pubs, and Beerhouses (Canada).
73: Salvation Army.
74: Schlitz Brewing.
75: Scientific Temperance Federation.
76: Seagram.
77: Server Responsibility Laws (United States).
78: Smith, Alfred Emanuel.
79: Smith, Robert Holbrook.
80: Soft Drinks (Caffeinated).
81: Sons of Temperance.
82: Southwest United States.
83: Spence, Francis Stephens.
84: St. Patrick's Day.
85: Standard Encyclopedia of the Alcohol Problem.
86: Stanley, Owsley (1935–2011).
87: Starbucks.
88: State Liquor Stores (United States).
89: State Prohibition (United States).
90: Stayton, William H..
91: Stoddard, Cora Frances.
92: Synanon.
93: Taxation of Liquor (United States).
94: Tea.
95: Television, Representations of Drinking and Drugs on.
96: Temperance Commission of the Federal Council of Churches.
97: Tenskwatawa.
98: Tequila.
99: Thompson, Hunter S..
100: Tobacco.
101: Treatment Institutions.
102: United States Brewers' Association (USBA).
103: U.S. Coast Guard, Drug Interdiction by.
104: U.S. Public Health Service Narcotic Hospitals.
105: U.S. Supreme Court Rulings on Addiction, Alcohol, and Illicit Drugs.
106: Voluntary Committee of Lawyers (VCL).
107: Washingtonians.
108: Wheeler, Wayne Bidwell.
109: Whiskies.
110: White Cross International Anti-Narcotics Society.
111: Wikler, Abraham.
112: Willard, Frances Elizabeth Caroline.
113: Wilson, William Griffith.
114: Wine.
115: Wittenmeyer, Annie Turner.
116: Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) (Canada).
117: Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) (United States).
118: Women, Alcohol, and Drugs.
119: Women and Drug Trafficking.
120: Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform (WONPR).
121: Women's Temperance Crusade.
122: Work, Alcohol, and Drugs.
123: World League Against Alcoholism (WLAA).
124: Wright, Bertha.
125: Yale Center of Alcohol Studies.
126: Youmans, Letitia.
127: Young, Brigham.
128: Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA).
Documents.
Petition for Interdiction and Curatorship (1890).
Harrison Narcotics Tax Act (1914).
Volstead Act (1919).
Bibliographical Tools and Reference Works.
Internet Resources on Alcohol, Drugs, and Temperance History.
About the Editors.
Contributors and Their Entries.
Index.