Lord D’Abernon’s “Model Farm”: The Central Control Board’s Carlisle Experiment

@article{Duncan2010LordD,
  title={Lord D’Abernon’s “Model Farm”: The Central Control Board’s Carlisle Experiment},
  author={R. Duncan},
  journal={The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={119 - 140}
}
  • R. Duncan
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs
  • This article considers the Carlisle Experiment undertaken by the Central Control Board (CCB) during the First World War. The Board bought out the drink trade in Carlisle and managed to implement many of its most radical ideas in the city. This scheme was a test case for many controversial temperance policies and its popularity and success was important, as the Board later sought to introduce nationwide state purchase. The experiment is unique in the history of Britain and informs us just how… CONTINUE READING
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