- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
Chapter OneA Tale of Temperance and Drink 1870–1914
Chapter TwoVodka, Absinthe and Drunkenness on Britain’s Streets in 1914: A Tale of Fear and Exaggeration?
Chapter ThreeBest Laid Plans? Lloyd George and the Drink Question
Chapter FourRestrictive or Constructive? The Early Stages of the Central Control Board
Chapter FiveThe Carlisle Experiment: Lord D’Abernon’s ‘Model Farm’
Chapter Six‘Helping our weaker sisters to go straight’: Women and Drink during the War
Chapter SevenReforming the Working Man
Chapter EightState Purchase and the Waning of the Central Control Board
ConclusionThe End of the Central Control Board
- Select Bibliography
- Pubs and Patriots
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