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    11 Jun 1985 SWEETNESS AND POWER. The Place of Sugar in Modern History. By Sidney W. Mintz. 274 pages. Illustrated. Viking. $20. BECAUSE the 

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    3 Jul 1985 Sweetness and Power by Sidney Mintz (Viking: $20) This is being written at the bottom of Beacon Hill, onetime home of Boston's Brahmin 

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    26 Sep 2012 Over the summer, I read an ethnography about the History and Consumption of Sugar by Sidney Mintz called Sweetness and Power.

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    24 Oct 1985 A book with the title of Sweetness and Power suggests a belated attempt to solve the riddle of Samson. The riddle, it will be recalled, ran as 

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    About Sweetness and Power. A fascinating persuasive history of how sugar has shaped the world, from European colonies to our modern diets

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    1 Apr 1986 Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History. The American Historical Review, Volume 91, Issue 2, April 1986, Pages 

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    20 May 2018 The story of sugar and slavery has been told many times—notably by the late anthropologist Sidney Mintz, whose “Sweetness and Power” 

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    8 Mar 2016 Sweetness and Power explained how we live—how world market systems shape taste and vice versa—in ways that no previous book had