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LIQUOR: THE SERVANT OF MAN by Morris E. Chafetz. 236 pages. Little, Brown. $4.95.

Alcohol is his study, and Author Morris Chafetz can speak with authority. As a doctor, psychiatrist, and currently director of the Alcohol Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital, he has observed the whole range of human reactions to alcohol, from the fanatical teetotaler to the Skid Row bum. And after all the misery that he has seen resulting from the abuse of alcohol, Dr. Chafetz still proclaims that liquor, properly used, is indeed the friend of man.

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