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Dealing with Addiction: Why the 20th Century was Wrong
Ferentzy, Peter
Lulu | Peter Ferentzy / Softcover / 2011-05-01 / 1105004104
Addiction / Social & Political Issues
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105 pages
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Dr. Peter Ferentzy, an addiction expert who has lived the life of a crack addict, reveals the ugly truth: the dominant approach to drug and alcohol addictions has hurt—and even killed—more people than it has helped.

“Hitting bottom,” “abstinence,” and other buzzwords are often code for approaches that promote degradation, rape, and death—and on a scale that really amounts to genocide.

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