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The Entire Book I Skimmed book I skimmed Too technical But I was utterly by the whole Book I Skimmed book I skimmed Too technical But I was utterly by the whole and riveted by Vaillant. When The Natural History of Alcoholism was first published in 1983 it was acclaimed in the press as the single most important contribution to the literature on alcoholism since the first edition of Alcoholic Anonymous's Big Book George Vaillant took on the crucial uestions of whether alcoholism is a symptom or a Bargaining for Brooklyn disease whether it is progressive whether alcoholicsiffer from others before S theory of the spiritual treatment reuired by this bio psycho social malady He was one of the head trustees of AA and he basically calle. He onset of their alcoholism and whether alcoholics can safely rink Based on an evaluation of than 600 years Vaillant's study offered new and authoritative to all of these uestionsIn this updated version of his classic book Vaillant returns to the same subjects with the perspective gained from fifteen years of further follow up Alcoholi.
Individuals Followed For Over followed for YEARS VAILLANT'S MONUMENTAL STUDY OFFERED NEW AND AUTHORITATIVE