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Drunkenness and the Irish question in Liverpool (article)

David Beckingham, "The Irish Question and the Question of Drunkenness: Catholic Loyalty in Nineteenth-Century Liverpool," Irish Geography 42/2 (July 2009): 125-144.  1861-1873.  Includes Father James Nugent's Catholic Total Abstinence League.  Based on his Cambridge doctoral dissertation (2009), "The Regulation of Drunkenness in Nineteenth-Century Liverpool."  See also his article "Geographies of Drink Culture in Liverpool: Lessons from the Drink Capital of Nineteenth-Century England," Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 15/3 (2008): 305-313.

Posted by David Fahey on January 14, 2010 at 08:51 PM in Alcoholism, Britain, Ireland, Temperance | Permalink