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Title Liquor and labor in Southern Africa / edited by Jonathan Crush and Charles Ambler
Published Pietermaritzburg : University of Natal Press, [1992]
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 432 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents (cont.) Backs to the fence : law, liquor, and the search for social control in an East Rand Town, 1929-1942 / Philip Bonner -- Drinking Apartheid and the removal of beerhalls in Johannesburg, 1939-1962 / Christian Rogerson -- Alcohol and the control of labor on the copperbelt / Charles Ambler -- The construction of compound authority : drinking at Havelock, 1938-1944 / Jonathan Crush -- The Shebeen Queen and the evolution of Botswana's sorghum beer industry / Steven Haggblade
Alcohol in Southern African labor history / Charles Ambler and Jonathan Crush -- Liquor and labor in the Western Cape, 1870-1900 / Pamela Scully -- Drink and cultural innovation in Durban : the origins of the beerhall in South Africa, 1902-1916 / Paul La Hausse -- The "Durban system" and the limits of colonial power in Salisbury, 1890-1935 / Richard Pary -- Prohibition and illicit liquor on the Witwatersrand, 1902-1932 / Julie Baker -- Alcohol and resistance on the South African gold mines, 1903-1962 / Dunbar Moodie -- The role of alcohol in labor acquisition and control on the Natal coalmines, 1911-1938 / Ruth Edgecombe -- "We women will show them" : beer protests in the Natal countryside, 1929 / Helen Bradford -- Beer brewing in Umtata : women, migrant labor, and social control in a rural town / Sean Redding -- Beer drinking and labor migration in the Transkei : the invention of a ritual tradition / Patrick McAllister
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- South Africa -- History.
Working class -- South Africa -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Ambler, Charles H.
Crush, Jonathan, 1953-
ISBN 0585076723 (electronic bk.)
9780585076720 (electronic bk.)
(acid-free paper)
(acid-free paper)