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Table of Contents
|List of Figures||p. vii|
|Tabak: An Introduction||p. 1|
|Muscovy's Extraordinary Ban on Tobacco||p. 9|
|Sex, Drink, and Drugs: Tobacco in Seventeenth-Century Russia||p. 26|
|Tobacco and Health in Early Modern Russia||p. 44|
|Regulating Virtue and Vice: Controlling Commodities in Early Modern Siberia||p. 61|
|"I Smoke, Therefore I Think": Tobacco as Liberation in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture||p. 83|
|Smokescreens: Tobacco Manufacturers' Projections of Class and Gender in Late Imperial Russian Advertising||p. 102|
|Tobacco Prohibitions as Ritual Language||p. 120|
|Papirosy, Smoking, and the Anti-Cigarette Movement||p. 132|
|Tobacco Production in Russia: The Transition to Communism||p. 148|
|"The lads indulged themselves, they used to smoke...": Tobacco and Children's Culture in Twentieth-Century Russia||p. 158|
|"Tobacco Is Poison!": Soviet-Era Anti-Smoking Posters||p. 183|
|The lava Tobacco Factory from the 1960s to the early 1990s: An Interview with the Former Director, Leonid Iakovlevich Sinel'nikov||p. 203|
|Smokes for Big Brother: Bulgaria, the USSR, and the Politics of Tobacco in the Cold War||p. 225|
|Tobacco and Transition: The Advent of Transnational Tobacco Companies||p. 244|
|Up in Smoke? The Politics and Health Impact of Tobacco in Today's Russia||p. 267|
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