“The Great Quinine Fraud”: Legality Issues in the “Non-Nar- cotic” Drug Trade in British India
Patricia Barton

Promoting the Pint: Ale and Advertising in late Victorian and Edwardian England
Jonathan Reinarz

Slave to the Bottle and the Plough: The Inner and Outer Worlds of Freedom in George Moses Horton’s Poetry
Carole Lynne Stewart

Drinking and Thinking: Club Life and Convivial Sociability in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Edinburgh
Corey E. Andrews

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Diana L. Ahmad. The Opium Debate and Chinese Exclusion Laws in the Nineteenth-Century American West.
Reviewed by Guenter Risse

Brooks McNamara. The New York Concert Saloon: The Devil’s Own Nights, digitized edition.
Reviewed by Peter Bailey

Ron Brunton. The Abandoned Narcotic: Kava and Cultural Instability in Melanesia. Cambridge Studies in Social Anthropology no. 69.
Reviewed by Lamont Lindstrom

Paul Dimeo. A History of Drug Use in Sport 1876-1976: Beyond Good and Evil.
Reviewed by Neil Carter

Jordan Goodman, Paul E. Lovejoy and Andrew Sherratt, eds. Consuming Habits: Global and Historical Perspectives on How Cultures Define
Drugs. 2nd ed.
Reviewed by Alex Mold

John Hailman. Thomas Jefferson on Wine.
Reviewed by Noelle Plack

Mark Simpson, Tracy Shildrick and Robert MacDonald, eds. Drugs in Britain: Supply, Consumption and Control.
Reviewed by Susanne MacGregor

James H. Mills and Patricia Barton, eds. Drugs and Empires: Essays in Modern Imperialism and Intoxication, c. 1500–c. 1930.
Reviewed by Jesse S. Palsetia

Pamela Pennock. Advertising Sin and Sickness: The Politics of Alcohol and Tobacco Marketing, 1950-1990.
Reviewed by Amy Mittelman

Robert Greenfield. Timothy Leary: A Biography.
Reviewed by Erika Dyck