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The Conscience Clause
'The Conscience Clause', 1872. A father bemoans the fact that his son, having attended school for a day, began to pass on the lecture about the evils of drink. This highlights the moral aspect implicit in much teaching in Ragged Schools of the time. It also highlights the continuing concern of the Victorians about the effects of alcohol on the lower classes. From Punch, or the London Charivari, June 22, 1872.
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