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Cornbread Nation 7

The Best of Southern Food Writing

Cornbread Nation 7( )
Contribution by: Lam, Francis
Edge, John T.
Anderson, Brett
Balestier, Courtney
Baum, Dan
Bilger, Burkhard
Black, Jane
Clifton, Lucille
Crockett, Stephen A.
Elie, Lolis
Evans, Amy
Green, Rayna
McKeithan, Seán
Estabrook, Barry
Harris, Jessica B.
Heavey, Bill
Hepola, Sarah
Huang, Eddie
Hughes, Langston
Milam, Sara Camp
Moss, Robert F.
Patterson, Daniel
Orlean, Susan
Roahen, Sara
Lee, Edward
Wood, Sara
MaMusu, Ida
Purvis, Kathleen
Ortega, Argentina
Metzgar, Nikki
Kliman, Todd
Thompson, Gabriel
Rodell, Besha
Miles, Jonathan
Nguyen, Sue
Reed, Julia
Smith, Patricia
Sullivan, John
Pittman, Ann Taylor
Pendarvis, Jack
Steingarten, Jeffrey
Nosser, Mary Louise
Truong, Monique
St. Columbia, Joe
York, Joe
York, Jake Adam
Walsh, Robb
Young, Kevin
Editor: Lam, Francis
Series edited by: Edge, John T.
Milam, Sara Camp
Series title:Cornbread Nation Ser.
Publication Date:May 2014
Publisher:University of Georgia Press
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $24.95
Book Description:

The latest collection of the best in Southern foodways writing, on what food means to outsiders, insiders, and everyone in between. Edited by Francis Lam, it brings together the best Southern food writing from recent years, including well-known food writers such as Sara Roahen and Brett Anderson.

Book Details
Detailed Subjects: Social Science / Agriculture & Food
Language Arts & Disciplines / Writing / Authorship
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):6 x 9 Inches
Book Weight:0.002 Pounds
Author Biography
(Contribution by)
Dan Baum is a former reporter with the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and The Nation. His book Smoke and Mirrors: The War on Drugs and the Politics of Failure is a well written, carefully documented, shocking expose of the U.S. government's ineffective, 30-year drug policy.

Baum uses his journalism background to document with statistics on drug use and abuse the failure of anti-drug efforts since 1967. He believes that the switch from viewing drug abuse as a health problem to drug abuse as a moral problem has ultimately resulted in injustices, especially the loss of Fourth Amendment and Fifth Amendment constitutional protections. In tracing policies through the administrations of Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Bush, Baum gives examples of how drug busts not only disenfranchise minorities but also provide police department funding.

He is also the author of Citizen Coors: An American Dynasty and Nine Lives: Death and Life in New Orleans.


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