I'm sure they do... for the very same reasons if not the same motiveshttp://www.livestrong.com/article/97065-genetics-alcoholism/...There are numerous studies about the role genetics play in alcoholism, and as an extension, drug abuse. To be honest with you I get lost in the detailed technical jargon of clinical studies, but there are numerous factor at play: genetics, individual personality traits, and social influences. Read up on the various blind twins studies where one twin was raised in a different environment from the other twin. The rates of alcoholism for both twins is very high.
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