Loyal Temperance Legion

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The Loyal Temperance Legion was the children's branch of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Its slogan was "Tremble, King Alcohol, We Shall Grow Up". It published an English-language newspaper for children called The Young Crusader, which was edited for some time by WCTU president Anna Adams Gordon, a strong believer in the need to interest children in temperance at a very early age.[1]

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  1. ^ McWhirter, Luella F. (1915), Webb, Mary Griffin, ed., Famous Living Americans, with Portraits, Greencastle, Indiana: C. Webb & Company, p. 233 

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