This is a unique retelling of the history of temperance and prohibition. Rather than focusing on white, rural, conservative American bible-thumpers, Mark Lawrence Schrad contends that the temperance movement was a progressive, international, and revolutionary movement of oppressed-peoples fighting the liquor traffic, through which states and rich capitalists combined to get the lower classes addicted to drink for profit.
"The Vietnam War was the central political issue of the 1960s and 1970s. This study by Seth Offenbach explains how the conflict shaped modern conservatism. The war caused disputes between the pro-war anti-communists right and libertarian conservatives who opposed the war.
"Over the past four decades, East and Southeast Asia have seen a proliferation of heritage sites and remembrance practices which commemorate the region's bloody conflicts of the period 1931-45. Remembering Asia's World War Two examines the origins, dynamics and repercussions of this regional war 'memory boom.'
Andrew (Professor of American History, Professor of American History, University of Cambridge) Preston & Elizabeth (Associate Professor of History and Law, Associate Professor of History and Law, Washington University in St. Louis) Borgwardt & Christopher McKnight (Director of the Center for the Humanities and Associate Professor of History, Director of the Center for the Humanities and Associate Professor of History, Oregon State University) Nichols
Michael G. (Specialist in historic buildings, Specialist in historic buildings, UCL field archaeology unit) Shapland & Michael D. J. (Lecturer in Early Medieval Literature and Culture, Lecturer in Early Medieval Literature and Culture, Birkbeck, University of London) Bintley