A Rum State: Alcohol and State Policy in Australia, 1788-1988
Study which looks at the history of alcohol in Australia, focusing on the development of policies for alcohol control and treatment of alcohol-related disorders, and the conflict between the social problems caused by alcohol and the economic benefits provided by the alcohol industry. Includes a detailed bibliography. The author is a senior research fellow at the University of NSW.
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The state and the alcoholic beverages industry
Evolution of the classic control system
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