A Twelve step case

Australia, 1971

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An investigation of alcoholism in Victoria. Traces the gradually degenerating life of an alcoholic. Considers alcoholism as a social problem, its relationship to road accidents and crime; and the work being done at St Vincent’s Hospital, Gresswell Rehabilitation Centre and by Alcoholics Anonymous. Doctors and social workers discuss the problem. A Dateline 71 Report.

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