Analyze Cause and Consequence

What are the causes that are seen and those that are hidden from view? What are the consequences?
Example: Prohibition
Poster photo duhaime.org

Title: Hillhurst Presbyterian Sunday school group promoting prohibition/temperance, Calgary, Alberta

Photo from Glenbow Museum ArchivesDate: [ca. 1912-1916]

Title: Lady showing liquor flask in garter.

Photo from Glenbow Museum Archives

Date: [ca. early 1920s

Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)

Liquor - The root of all evil.
Work hard for your family

and protect your family.

You as women have rights.

"Believing that the abuse of alcohol was the cause of unemployment, disease, prostitution, poverty, and immorality, the WCTU campaigned for the legal PROHIBITION of all alcoholic beverages. The WCTU promoted the work ethic of sobriety, thrift, duty, and family sanctity, in addition to such reforms as WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, sex hygiene, and mothers' allowances."

see entire Canadian Encyclopedia article

Nellie McClung & 
The Famous 5

"Canada is destined to be one of the great nations of the world and Canadian women must be ready for citizenship." - Nellie McClung


Photo from Glenbow Museum Archives No. NC-6-1311 and quote from Famous 5 Foundation 

What are the consequences? Who is affected?

TWIGS 

Tuesdays at lunch in the HUB

ARCHIVES 

Wednesdays after school in the RINC

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