The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

What is revealed about the town's "Temperance taverns" in chapter 29? How might this-along with Twain's characterization of the Cadets of Temperance-be read as a criticism of the practice of "Temperance"?

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Twain seems to be making fun of them by indicating alcohol was readily available. This illustrates the hypocrisy of the temperance movement.