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Uncommon Grounds by Mark Pendergrast

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Also by Mark Pendergrast:

Uncommon Grounds, October 2010
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Uncommon Grounds, April 2000
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For God, Country, and Coca-Cola, March 2000
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Uncommon Grounds
Mark Pendergrast

The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World

Basic Books
April 2000
On Sale: April 25, 2000
554 pages
ISBN: 0465054676
EAN: 9780465054671
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$19.00
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Historical | Non-Fiction

The first comprehensive business and social history of coffee, which describes how coffee has dominated and molded the economies, politics, and social structures of entire countries. Pendergrast's scrupulously researched and lively anecdotal history provides a window through which to view broader themes of modern-day media and marketing, the rise of mass production, colonialism, women's issues, and international commodity schemes.

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