The Sovereign People Are in a Beastly State:

Nicholas Mason, “The Sovereign People Are in a Beastly State: The Beer Act of 1830 and Victorian Discourse on Working-Class Drunkenness,” Victorian Literature and Culture, Vol. 29, No. 1 (2001), pp. 109-127, available in the Readings Folder on JSTOR at:http://www.jstor.org/stable/25058542 

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How does the Beer Act of 1830 relate to industrialization as discussed in lecture and by Misa? For example, you might mention class relationships, the impact on the work place, or the rate of production and trade controls.

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