I really don’t know what to say. I can’t tell if the this title was really a joke or trying to be provocative. I guess it works either way. The text is an academic study of addiction. I will say this is the first time I have seen the word “square” used as a mild pejorative rather than a polygon with four equal sides in academic writing. And while we are on this topic, wasn’t “square” used more in the early to mid 1960s? (Baby Boomers, please weigh in on this!)
According to WorldCat, this title is mostly found in academic libraries, which is appropriate for this kind of material. There were a couple of public libraries that had holdings, but maybe Waldorf’ or one of his relatives is a regular patron.
Anyway, don’t be a square! Open your mind to some serious collection development today.