From the February 1971 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Survey of Public Attitudes

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.--Traditional attitudes favoring willpower, religion, and legal controls for correcting alcoholism are losing support in the public mind. Instead, laymen now most frequently endorse medical and psychological help. These findings appear in a report in the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, published by the Rutgers University Center of Alcohol Studies. Arnold S. Linsky, University of New Hampshire sociologist, conducted the study in a sample of 315 Vancouver, Wash., adults.

His research was designed to determine how much the public attitude matches...

-- Rutgers News Service