HOW TO STOP PROBLEM DRINKING by Vincent F. Sullivan

HOW TO STOP PROBLEM DRINKING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mr. Sullivan's contribution to the drinking problem seems to be that he has oriented this toward employers, ""pegged his campaign around the job and the company,"" and he recommends corporate efforts consisting of writing Special Delivery letters to the problem drinker in their midst directing him to A.A. This is called the Sullivan 21-Day Plan on which this book is structured. It is based on experiences at Eastman Kodak and du Pont and interviews of 7600 people, none of whom have any more to contribute than Mr. Sullivan, and it is full of trite catchwords and tried truisms which might drive you to the tipple. Abstain.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1969
Publisher: Frederick Fell