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The Story of Our Health Message -- Study Guide

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    “Temperance and Diet Reforms” (38-49)

    1. The drinking customs of society received their first effectual rebuke from ______________________________, one of the signers of the American Declaration of Independence in 1776. (38)SHM-SG 7.1

    2. In 1814 an effective protest was lodged against the use of intoxicating liquors at ________________________. Soon after this a protest was lodged against a common practice of providing intoxicants to ____________________________. (39)SHM-SG 7.2

    3. What reform society was organized in Boston in 1826? In less than a decade what results were they able to report? (40, 41)

    SHM-SG 7.3

    4. John Frank Newton, an early advocate of vegetarianism, urged a person practicing it “not to lose his __________________ when assailed in arguments by his tenacious opponents with __________________ almost __________________. (43)SHM-SG 7.4

    5. The Presbyterian minister ________________________________ began in 1832 to advocate a comprehensive system of healthful living. (45)SHM-SG 7.5

    6. In 1850 the American ________________________ Society was organized with Dr. Alcott as president. (46)SHM-SG 7.6

    7. According to J. C. Porter, writing in 1862, what hygienic reforms were being accomplished by enlightened lecturers and writers? (49)

    SHM-SG 7.7

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