The Law and Order Society was a temperance and Sabbath observance organization founded in 1881 in Philadelphia in the United States. It campaigned for the enforcement of the liquor laws in that city, the proper observance of the Sabbath, and against "white slavery" (prostitution), but it did not aim to reform prostitutes. It claimed in 1917 to have reduced the number of saloons and similar establishments in Philadelphia from 6,000 to 1,910.

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  • The Law and Order Society was a temperance and Sabbath observance organization founded in 1881 in Philadelphia in the United States. It campaigned for the enforcement of the liquor laws in that city, the proper observance of the Sabbath, and against "white slavery" (prostitution), but it did not aim to reform prostitutes. It claimed in 1917 to have reduced the number of saloons and similar establishments in Philadelphia from 6,000 to 1,910. (en)
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  • The Law and Order Society was a temperance and Sabbath observance organization founded in 1881 in Philadelphia in the United States. It campaigned for the enforcement of the liquor laws in that city, the proper observance of the Sabbath, and against "white slavery" (prostitution), but it did not aim to reform prostitutes. It claimed in 1917 to have reduced the number of saloons and similar establishments in Philadelphia from 6,000 to 1,910. (en)
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