One for the road drunk driving since 1900 and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. 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. Dont drink and drive its a deceptively simple rule but one that is all too often ignored and while efforts to eliminate drunk driving have been around as long as automobiles every movement to keep drunks from driving has hit some alarming bumps in the road. The first history of drunken driving in the united states has been written by an eminent medical historian barron h lerner his narrative as one would expect is well researched in primary and archival sources as well as the literature on the scientific and social history of alcohol use and abuse and the history of public health and accidents. One for the road drunk driving since 1900 by barron h lerner review david blanke journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences volume 68 number
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