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I am an alcoholic in recovery and have embraced the Big Book, the fellowship of the meetings, and the 12 steps for years but this book took me much beyond anything that I could... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dan Hostetler
Really original, unique take on the underpinnings of alcoholism and violent personalities. This book is alarming but worth the read.Published 24 months ago by zoku
Comprehensive, Well written, especially Chapter 5 on rage. A fair bit of conjecture, but without a lot of detailed, primary sources, the author did the best he could.Published on October 28, 2013 by GCF
There may be some redeeming value of this book, but I could not get past the vitriolic blaming and defaming those with the disease of alcoholism. Mr. Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by Urbun Scrawler
I have not read much of the book. I simply want to correct one statement made by the author.
He states that John Wilkes Booth was stabbed at Madison, Ind. Read more
I just left my alcoholic husband after 6 years. I sought out and
read many books on the subject to try and understand the alcoholic's behavior. Read more
While I don't expect any history book to heap praise on alcoholics, this book goes overboard in heaping hatred and contempt on them. Read morePublished on July 4, 2000 by Jeffery L. Smith
Through well-known lives in politics and art, Graham demontrates alcoholism is a disease creating disaster for both abusers and victims. Read morePublished on August 23, 1998