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Organization of American Historians: Talking History Radio Program
In this season of feasting and overindulgence what better topic to discuss than chocolate? Marcy Norton joins host Bryan Le Beau to discuss the history of chocolate, specifically its transformation from a sacred good to a secular commodity. Marcy Norton is Assistant Professor of History at George Washington University.
December 26, 2005.
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