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One for the Road - Drunk Driving Since 1900

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Barron Lerner, MD, PhD

April 19 2012

52 minutes

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In his book, Lerner narrates the two strong, and vocal, sides to this debate in the United States: those who argue vehemently against drunk driving, and those who believe the problem is exaggerated and over-regulated. A public health professor and historian of medicine, Lerner asks why these opposing views exist, examining drunk driving in the context of American beliefs about alcoholism, driving, individualism, and civil liberties.


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Ethics, Professional, Substance Abuse
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