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Policy Change

Access to alcohol: geography and prevention for local communities
Paul J. Gruenewald, Alexander B. Millar, and Peter Roeper

P.J. Cook and M.J. Moore

Alcohol outlet density and motor vehicle crashes in Los Angeles County cities
Richard A. Scribner, David P. MacKinnon and James H. Dwyer

An environmental approach to the prevention of alcohol-related problems
James F. Mosher and David H. Jernigan

Citizens' action handbook on alcohol and tobacco billboard advertising
Edward T. McMahon and Patricia A. Taylor

Commercial availability of alcohol to young people: Results of alcohol purchase attempts
Jean L. Forster, David M. Murray, Mark Wolfson, and Alexander C. Wagenaar.

Communities mobilizing for change on alcohol: Lessons and results from a 15-community randomized trial
A.C. Wagenaar, J.P. Gehan, R. Jones-Webb, M. Wolfson, T.L. Toomey, J.L. Forster and D.M. Murray

Communities mobilizing for change on alcohol: Outcomes from a randomized community
A.C. Wagenaar, D.M. Murray, J.P. Gehan, M. Wolfson, J.L. Forster, T.L. Toomey, C.L. Perry and R. Jones-Webb

Effect on casualty traffic accidents of the introduction of 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday hotel closing in Victoria
D. I. Smith

Effect on traffic accidents of introducing flexible hotel trading hours in Tasmania, Australia
D. I. Smith

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