DRUNKS: An American History
We have come to understand that alcoholism is a treatable illness. But in the beginning our nation condemned drunks for moral weakness. Finan reveals the history of our struggle with alcoholism and the emergence of a search for sobriety that began among Native Americans in the colonial period. Illus.
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