Thursday, 1 December 2011

The Points interview

Some readers may be familiar with Points —the blog of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society — which has been on my blog roll for most of the year. As you might imagine, it is right up my street and so I was more than happy to participate in the Points interview to discuss my latest book The Art of Suppression.

Read the interview here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Excellent Chris,I would think you could really toss together the comparisons of yesteryears movement to todays.The remark in our own backyard starts the race and leads straight to the woodrow wilsons world league the counterpart to todays united nations and its bastard child the WHO where the world anti-tobacco treaty began. It appears today as the league fell apart so is the EU and lets hope the UN where it seems all these prohibitionists congregate to make life miserable for the rest of us. Again Id love to have your book,just funds are a might tight. Perhaps an E-edition will be available when my funds are better.