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Richard Allestree listed the main reasons for drinking in The Whole Duty of Man , published in ; at the top of his list were good fellowship and the preservation of friendship. As noted by Dimitra Gefou-Madianou, the insecurity of men in households and with feminine company led them to seek male solidarity in drinking establishments.
The privatization of women that has been associated with the development of the modern family also applied to their consumption of alcoholic beverages; women drank by themselves, with other women, or with their families but usually in private and seldom in the public space of taverns and bars.
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