TWELVE AGAINST ALCOHOL by Dr. Herbert Ludwig Nossen

TWELVE AGAINST ALCOHOL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Twelve case histories of dipsomania, with the alcoholic's own story in his own words, intended to present the realistic components of the problem. Eleven instances of cure; one case where the patient did not want to be cured. Not an analysis of the method; the appeal is the ""true story"" appeal. Personalities vary from type-setter, to architect, to housewife, welder, socialite, artist, statistician, etc.

Publisher: Harrison-Hilton