I was just agreeing with Dan. Whether Doc technically was what we would consider alcoholic by contemporary standards is a moot point in my opinion. He was a chronic drinker and had good reason to be. He also was a lunger. And a dentist. And a member of the "sporting" fraternity. And, apparently, a racist and anti-Semite, as were so many folks at that time in that place. Nor was he averse to addressing certain problems, out of necessity, or when pushed, or pushed as he perceived it, with weaponized acts of violence.
Wyatt liked him, as did Morgan, as did many others. Bat did not (despite his consenting as a favor to Wyatt to intervene on his behalf in Denver). The more pertinent and interesting question, for someone like myself is, did he like himself, why or why not, and if he did or did not, how did that liking or lack thereof express itself at various moments throughout his life? Self-esteem, self-awareness, and their various psychological nuances, these are the sorts of concerns and qualities that, if you are sincerely interested in knowing who someone is and what they are about, matter more than whether they robbed a stage or passed off a gold-painted brick. In my opinion.