Describe the historical roots of the temperance movement in the Nineteenth Century, how it started, how it was connected to other movements, and how it evolved as a grassroots movement. Discuss the transition from a predominantly amateur female movement toward a more professional male dominated political movement and how this transition affected it. How was taxation, women′s suffrage, race, immigration policy, and urban versus rural conflict, related to and played out in the prohibition issue? Was it, and if so why was it necessary to employ the political strategy taken? How is this significant to the history of the United States? Describe the implementation of Prohibition, considering the exceptions, and the effects of it on society as a whole. Why did it not work? Note that this is an exam and you may use any source, you are not required to cite sources unless you quote or paraphrase a significant amount from a single source. You do not need to cite things from Last Call unless you quote it. You may find these links helpful: Womens Rights to Prohibition Seneca Falls BEST ″ BEST WCTU Documentary BEST The Seneca Falls Convention Explained: US History Review Women in the 19th Century: Crash Course US History #16 Lips That Touch Liquor Shall Not Touch Ours Carry A. Nation, Temperance Activist BEST Reenactment (so so) Women′s Suffrage What Happened at Seneca falls film footage – Good Desсrіption Riot Woodrow Wilson 8/26/1920 19th Amend Ratified 2/14/1870 Utah – 1st Female Ballot Cast 20 min Documentary Part 1 Part 2 10 min Racism in Women′s the Suffrage Movement African-American Women Lecture: The Surprising Road to Women′s Suffrage – Research Cases She Mentions 1875 – Minor v. Hapersedt (?) Less Viewable Documentary WJB/Pre-Prohibition/Women′s Rights Scopes Trial,_1920.svg Womens Suffrage Map,_1917.JPG 1913 Women′s Rights March′s_suffrage_in_the_United_States#/media/File:Vote_for_the_Woman_Suffrage_Amendment_1915_Cornell_CUL_PJM_1177_01.jpg′s_suffrage#The_Americas BEST BEST 14th Amendment ″male″(s) over 21 15th Amendments 19th Amendment sex,_1920.svg 24th Amendment poll taxes 26th Amendment 18 (1925?) (Native American Women) (1943) (Chinese American Women) Sources One Half the People: The Fight for Woman Suffrage By Anne Firor Scott, Andrew MacKay Scott KEY First woman t hold federal elective office (R-WY). 1917 Prohibition Prohibition Roots BEST Wathens Gender Barrier Kentucky Stills Connecticut Georgetown America goes dry 1920′s Repealing Prohibition Prohibition Enforcement Mabel Walker Willebrandt Professor Wathen′s Great Grandfather Otho H. Wathen sold medicinal bourbon during Prohibition