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Habits that Handicap

Charles B. Towns (1862-1947)

1. 00 - Prefaces and Introduction
2. 01 - The Peril of the Drug Habit
3. 02 - The Need of Adequate Specific Treatment for the Drug-Taker
4. 03 - The Drug-Taker and the Physician
5. 04 - Psychology and Drugs
6. 05 - Alcoholics
7. 06 - Help for the Hard Drinker
8. 07 - Classification of Alcoholics
9. 08 - The Injuriousness of Tobacco
10. 09 - Tobacco and the Future of the Race
11. 10 - The Sanatorium
12. 11 - Preventive Measures for the Drug Evil
13. 12 - Classification of Habit-Forming Drugs
14. 13 - Psychology of Addiction
15. 14 - Relation of Drugs and Alcohol to Insanity
16. 15 - Appendix - The Relation of Alcohol to Disease

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Summary

Habits that Handicap is one of three novels about alcholoism and drug addiction written by Charles B. Towns. Towns was an expert on alcoholism and drug addiction who helped draft drug control legislation in the United States during the early 20th century. He also founded the Towns Hospital in New York City, which aimed at drying out the well-to-do patient.