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Author Malleck, Dan, 1968-

Title Try to control yourself : the regulation of public drinking in post-prohibition Ontario, 1927-44 / Dan Malleck
Published Vancouver : UBC Press, 2012
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Contents Preface: The Word on the Street -- Introduction: The Emergence of Liquor Control Bureaucracy in Ontario -- Liquor Control Bureaucracy and the Mechanisms of Governance -- The Public Life of Liquor, 1927-34 -- Idealistic Form and Realistic Function: Restructuring Public Drinking Space -- Hearing the Voices: Community Input and the Reshaping of Public Drinking Behaviour -- "As a Result of Representations Made": The (Dys)function of Patronage in the LCBO's Regulatory Activities -- Restructuring Recreation in the Drinking Space -- Women, Children, and the Family in the Public Drinking Space -- "Their Medley of Tongues and Eternal Jangle": Regulating the Racial and Ethnic Outsider -- Public Drinking and the Challenges of War -- Conclusion -- Appendix: The Communities
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Liquor Control Board of Ontario -- History.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Government policy -- Ontario.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Ontario -- History -- 20th century.
Liquor laws -- Ontario.
Temperance -- Ontario -- History -- 20th century.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0774822228 (electronic bk.)
9780774822220 (electronic bk.)