Nineteen century United States had convinced themselves that the citizens were living in a immoral manner. So many people were telling others not to have this kind of manner. The citizens and United States started this reform and this was the more popular reforms.the most popular adversary's pushing for the reform was the American Temperance Society in the 1830s they were more than 200,000 in the society and most were woman. Their goals were to crush alcohol entirely to get rid of it but Ohio was heart to get in the society. One of the more popular people was Josephine Bateman, editor of the Ohio Cultivator's "Ladies Department," she was the president of the woman temperance and statewide organization.While Carrie Nation another huge contributor was certainly among their most colorful members, the members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, founded in 1874, they left more in their wake than strewn glass. .
Both of these women did more than any man or the government did in the eyes of temperance and they always be remembered and they always believed that their should not be alcohol and that woman can do anything that man can do. Their efforts worked Congress enacted the Lever Act of 1917 to outlaw the use of grain in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages, and many state and local governments passed laws prohibiting the distribution and consumption of alcohol. Two years later, the states ratified the Eighteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibited the manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages in the United States. Soon the smuggling started of alcohol in the United States even the local police was in the crime. In time president Franklin Roosevelt let the consummation of light liquor and beer.
In the education reform the Americans counted on their public school with free expense and open to all. The fulfillment of crucial policy decision made in each individual state in the northern part of the country in the 1840's and also in the southern of the 19th century.