... cause in less than a third, and as the sole cause in but 16 per cent. The difference between the importance of liquor as a cause of crimes against property and of crimes against the person is surprisingly small. It is, as would be expected, somewhat... Economic Aspects of the Liquor Problem - Page 31by John Koren, Henry Walcott Farnam - 1899 - 327 pagesFull view
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Francis Greenwood Peabody - Alcoholism - 1905 - 182 pages
...surprisingly small. It is, as would be expected, somewhat more prominent in crimes against the person, 51£ per cent, of such crimes being attributed to liquor,...case of crimes against property, the percentage is 49J. As in pauperism, however, we find considerable differences in the showing made by different nationalities...