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- Southern Cultures
- The University of North Carolina Press
- Jim Crow's Drug War: Race, Coca Cola, and the Southern Origins of Drug Prohibition Volume 12, Number 3, Fall 2006, pp. 55-79
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This issue contains 13 articles in total
- Front Porch
- About the Contributors
- Freedom's Coming: Religious Culture and the Shaping of the South from the Civil War through the Civil Rights Era (review)
- The Southern Past: A Clash of Race and Memory (review)
- Selected Poems (review)
- Land of Sunshine, Land of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida (review)
- Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South (review)
- I'm Talking about Shaft
- Twenty-First-Century Slavery Or, How to Extend the Confederacy for Two Centuries Beyond Its Planned Demise
- Lacy Charm in Old Mobile: The Historic Cast Iron of Alabama's First City
- Jim Crow's Drug War: Race, Coca Cola, and the Southern Origins of Drug Prohibition
- "The Boys Will Have to Fight the Battles without Me": The Making of Sam Davis, "Boy Hero of the Confederacy"
- The American South and the Self
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