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Few Casual Roisterers Found Among London Drunks
The majority of men charged with drunkenness in two London courts are not casual roisterers, but men with serious drinking problems, according to a study reported by Denis Grath et al. in the British Medical Journal.
The study was based on interviews with 151 men immediately after their appearance before magistrates. Few of the offenders were casual roisterers, and as many as 50% showed evidence of chemical dependence on alcohol, as determined by morning shakes, morning relief drinking, amnesias, inability to stop drinking, and hallucinatory experiences....
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