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Although the data are inconsistent on per capita alcohol consumption in the Soviet Union in the last 30 to 40 years (partly because of difficulty in obtaining data from the U.S.S.R. and partly because of lack of data regarding the production of home distillates), Treml (1987) has estimated that by 1985 annual consumption of absolute alcohol exceeded 16 liters per person over the age of 15. This rate is substantially greater than the 1976 Soviet estimate of 11.6 liters per capita, itself cited as a 500-percent increase over 1950 consumption (Segal 1976). Official data from the U.S.S.R. State Committee on Statistics indicate that, between 1960 and 1980, annual per capita consumption of alcoholic beverages more than doubled, from 3.9 liters of absolute alcohol in 1960 to 8.7 liters in 1980 (Ivanets and Lukomskaya 1990). These latter data, however, probably do not reflect consumption of "samogon," an alcohol distilled in the home. (It should be noted that alcohol consumption patterns in the former Soviet Union differed according to region and ethnicity. For example, people living in Russia, Ukraine, and Byelorussia primarily consume vodka and samogon and are the heaviest drinkers; those in the Baltics consume more alcohol, but are primarily beer drinkers; the Georgians, Moldavians, and Armenians are wine drinkers and drink less; and in the Muslim countries, consumption is generally low [The Economist 1989].)
Plakat appeared in 50-th..
Authors of this posters is Govorkov V.I.
The reprint has appeared in 2003 circulation of 500 copies on art paper(enamel-paper), high quality and rather heavy two-side coated printing paper with smooth surface. Density of paper is 90g/m2 <
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 Title: No!
 Size: 11 3/8 x 16 1/2 in (29,7 x 42 cm)
 Material: printer ink on paper
 Technique: print
 Date: 1950`s
 Price: 18.00$
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