Table of contents for Drugs, labor, and colonial expansion / edited by William Jankowiak and Daniel Bradburd.

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Preface	000
1	Drugs, Desire, and European Economic Expansion	000
Daniel Bradburd and William Jankowiak 
2	Mutual Exploitation? Aboriginal Australian Encounters with Europeans, Southeast Asians, and Tobacco	000
Maggie Brady and Jeremy Long
3	"They Are Beginning to Learn the Use of Tobacco": Cultural Context and the Creation of a Passion in Colonial Papua New Guinea	000
Terence E. Hays
4	Alcohol and the Slave Trade in West Africa, 1400--1850	000
Charles Ambler
5	Alcohol and the Fur Trade in New France and English America, 1600--1800	000
Peter C. Mancall
6	Rum and Ganja: Indenture, Drug Foods, Labor Motivation, and the Evolution of the Modern Sugar Industry in Trinidad	000
Michael V. Angrosino
7	Inside the Windhoek Lager: Liquor and Lust in Namibia	000
Robert Gordon
8	Alcohol as a Direct and Indirect Labor Enhancer in the Mixed Economy of the BaTswana, 1800--1900	000
David N. Suggs and Stacy A. Lewis	    
9	Coca as Symbol and Labor Enhancer in the Andes: A Historical Overview	000
	Vicki Cassman, Larry Cartmell, and Eliana Belmonte
10	Caffeine and Culture	000
E. N. Anderson
11	Drugs in Work and Trade: New Directions for the Study of Drug Use	000
Daniel Bradburd and William Jankowiak
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indigenous peoples Drug use History, Drug abuse Cross-cultural studies