Woman's World/Woman's Empire: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in International Perspective, 1880-1930

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Index
Ackermann, Jessie, 47, 70, 72, 73, 84, 85, 124; as antiopium superintendent, 149-50; Australia: From a Woman's Point of View, 139; on Australian women, 139, 230; birth, 317 (n. 3); Christian commitment of, 87, 107; cultural imperialism of, 82, 102, 104; declining years, 112-13; exploits of, 58, 81-82, 83; finances of, 18, 57, 108; and labor issue, 249-50; language difficulties, 95; loves of, 117; on men, 133; missionaries antagonized by, 108-9; multicultural sympathies of, 100, 101; occupation, 88; prefers Japan to China, 106; sickness of, 93, 96- 97; and sisterhood, 122; and suffrage, 231, 236; supports women's work, 253; travel, 81-82, 90; on Western drugs, 153; women's emancipation and, 92
Acorn, The, 175
Africa: alcohol in, 151-61 passim, 168-69. See also "Native races"; individual countries
Alcohol exports to colonial world: campaign against, mounts, 159- 62; European responsibility for assessed, 153-54; impact on drinking, 155-59; and imperial revenues, 147, 162-63, 166; indictment of, 151-53; and moral anxieties of imperialism, 154-55, 159; and nationalist movements, 165-69; and WWCTU raison d'être, 28, 146-47
Alway, M. A., 133
Ambler, Charles, 156-57
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 12, 72, 151
American Prohibition Year Book, 260
American Society for Medical and Moral Prophylaxis, 196
American Temperance Society, 12, 13, 16, 17
Ames, Julia, 118, 121, 124
Anderson, Henry W., 281
Anderson, Maybanke, 226
Andrew, Elizabeth Wheeler, 71, 85, 96, 191, 217, 219; as antiimperialist, 213; begins purity work, 198; and Bushnell, 107, 117, 198, 289; exposes contagious diseases acts, 200-201; A Fatal Mistake, 191, 195, 198; funding, 108; goes to India, 199; health of, 96, 97; impact of, 201-2; on Indian prostitution, 197; personal details of, 88, 198; racial tolerance of, 101; resigns from WCTU, 264; returns to India, 211- 12; selflessness of, 123-24; Somerset attacked by, 204-5, 207, 208
Angelini, Arabella, 75
Anglo-Indian Temperance Association, 164
Anthony, Katharine, 35-36, 54; Feminism in Germany and Scandinavia, 35
Anthony, Susan B., 231, 232, 234
Anti-Saloon League, 53, 112, 255, 259, 260, 261, 275, 277, 284
Armenian problem, 114, 141-45
Armor, Mary Harris, 86, 278
Asquith, Herbert, 239
Australasian WCTU: affiliation, 54; deference to WWCTU, 49; financial support for WWCTU, 57; international outlook, 75; membership, 62; organization, 52; peace issue in, 182-83; and purity issue, 208; supports work in Egypt, 112

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations xv
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Origins of Temperance Internationalism 11
  • 3 - The World's Wctu 35
  • 4 - Bands of Ribbon White Around the World 62
  • 5 - In Dark Lands 81
  • 6 - Sisters, Mothers, and Brother-Hearted Men 114
  • 7 - Alcohol and Empire 146
  • 8 - Peace as A Way of Life 170
  • 9 - A Fatal Mistake? 191
  • 10 - Women, Suffrage, and Equality 221
  • 11 - Women and Equality 242
  • 12 - Prohibition and the Perils of Cultural Adaptation 255
  • Epilogue - Divergent Meanings of the World's Wctu 285
  • Appendix 291
  • Notes 295
  • Index 365
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