This detailed analysis of the sugar industry provides a wealth of information on every aspect of sugar production and consumption in the late 19th century. The author covers topics ranging from soil types and growing conditions to the economic and political factors that shape the international sugar trade. This book will be invaluable to historians, economists, and anyone interested in the history of agriculture and industry.
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