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America’s Drunk History: An Interview with Christopher M. Finan

The Fix Q&A with Christopher M. Finan, author of Drunks: An American History, on our nation’s history of alcoholism, recovery and AA. The origin story of America is typically told as a fight for freedom. But a new book, Drunks: An American History, by Christopher […]
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