Table of Contents

Political strategy and social movement outcomes.
Churches, lodges, and dry organizing.
Modular collective action in a Federalist system.
Legislative supremacy and the definition of movement goals.
Political alignments, party systems, and prohibition.
The dynamics of local gradualism in the states.
Turning moderates into radicals.
Local gradualism and American social movements. Szymanski uses the Prohibition movement as an example of the challenges facinbg all social reform movements.