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Protestant binge-drinking countries seek to impose solutions for their problems on others (article)

Stanton Peele, "Alcohol as Evil--Temperance and Policy," Addiction Research and Theory 18/4 (August 2010): 374-382.  Protestant countries that combine binge-drinking with otherwise low alcohol consumption seek to impose solutions designed for their peculiar problems on other countries.


Posted by David Fahey on October 21, 2010 at 10:14 PM in Alcohol (general), Temperance | Permalink