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Works Cited



Jamieson, Ross w. “The Essence of Commodification: CaffeineDependencies in the Early Modern World.” Journal Of Social History 35 (2001): 269-294.

Jankowiak,William and Bradburd, Dan. “Using Drug Foods to Capture and Enhance Labor Performance: A Cross-cultural Perspective.” Current Anthropology 37.4 (1992): 717-720.

Mintz, Sidney. Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History. New York: Penguin, 1985

Pendergrast, Mark. Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How it Transformed the World. New York: Basic, 1999.

Simon, Julian. “Demographic Causes and Consequences of the Industrial Revolution.” Journal of European Economic History 23.1(1994):141-158.

Smith, S.D. “Accounting for Taste: British Coffee Consumption in    Historical Perspective.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 28.2 (1996): 183-214.

Smith,Wooddruff D. “Complications of the Commonplace: Tea, Sugar,and Imperialism.” Journal of Interdisciplanry History 23.2 (1992): 259-278.


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April 28th 2004

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May 4th 2004
 

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