By Gail M. Hollander
Using, between different assets, interviews, executive and company records, and lately declassified U.S. country division memoranda, Gail M. Hollander demonstrates that the advance of Florida’s sugar area used to be the end result of pitched battles achieving the top political places of work within the U.S. and in nations worldwide, in particular Cuba—which emerges in her narrative as a version, a competitor, and the neighborhood “other” to Florida’s “self.” Spanning the interval from the age of empire to the period of globalization, the e-book indicates how the “sugar question”—a label nineteenth-century economists coined for extreme overseas debates on sugar creation and trade—emerges many times in new guises. Hollander makes use of the sugar query as a thread to sew jointly prior and current, neighborhood and worldwide, in explaining Everglades transformation.
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