These days, if you're behind the wheel with alcohol on your breath and you get stopped by police, you're in big trouble. Cindy Lightner and the organization she founded in 1980, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), deserve a lot of the credit for that, by raising public awareness of how drunk drivers were causing carnage on the roads and by pressing for tougher laws against driving while intoxicated. But an experimental psychologist, Herbert Moskowitz, should get some of the credit too, because his work made it possible to tell who was too tipsy to drive.
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