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Soviets Sight a Trend

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Alcohol abuse among women in the U.S.S.R. is increasing "alarmingly," according to reports in the Soviet press. The ratio of female alcoholics to male is one to ten, according to Boris Levin, a Moscow researcher, a smaller figure than in the U.S., Great Britain, France, or Switzerland.

"But that is little cause for comfort," said Levin in a lengthy article in the weekly Literaturnaya... Login to read more
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