1928. Older writes in the foreword: In these pages Winifred Black
tells the story of narcotic addiction, and I do not know of anyone
else in this world who could tell it as effectively as she does.
She knows thoroughly this story of human weakness. She knows where
the drugs come from and where they go; she knows what kind of
people become addicts, and why they become the pathetic victims of
a narcotic; she knows what they were like before, and what they are
like after they lose their grip on themselves and sink into this
worst form of human degradation. Anyone who reads even the first
page of this book will see at once how well she knows this story
and how she feels about it.
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