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The Sober Revolution: The Political and Moral Economy of Alcohol in Modern France, 1954-1976
This dissertation examines how, after World War Two, the French state and powerful interest groups shifted the debate over drink from an issue of personal morality into a battle of political economy.Expand
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Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer
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Colonial or Continental Power? The Debate over Economic Expansion in Interwar France, 1925–1932
  • J. Bohling
  • Economics
  • Contemporary European History
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In the 1920s various French elites argued that the nation state was not viable in an increasingly interdependent world economy dominated by ‘continental blocs’ such as the United States and theExpand
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Capitalism: The Reemergence of a Historical Concept
Capitalism is simultaneously concrete and abstract, a system that affects all aspects of daily life and yet a concept so challenging to comprehend that many citizens leave it to experts. At a timeExpand
A Review of “THE TASTE OF PLACE: A CULTURAL JOURNEY INTO TERROIR”
One of the ironies of twenty-first century terroir is that it need not have anything to do with local food culture. Such is the case in San Francisco, at least, where many restaurant-goers wouldExpand
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