Gretchen Pierce, a cultural historian at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania, recently ran a series of guest-posts on the History of Alcohol in Mexico. Her posts looked at alcohol from a variety of cultural, political, and social angles, including the history of pulque’s production and women’s anti-alcohol campaigns in the 20th century. They are all great reads, and I highly recommend them.
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