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|Tobacco in History and Culture: An Encyclopedia|
Goodman, Jordan, ed., Charles Scribner's Sons. This searchable, full-text 2 volume set explores tobacco as a major commodity in the history of world trade and the source of one of the biggest public health concerns in modern history. Examines its effects on agriculture, religion, social customs, business and trade, government policy and medicine in many countries. Available from the Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL).
|Resource Type(s):||E-Book(s), Reference Tool|
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|Vendor Name:||Thomson Gale|
|Research Guides:||Anthropology, Biology, History, Reference Sources|
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