The History of the World in Six Glasses Chapter Answers
Chapter 1&2 Question 1
How did beer lead to the development of cities in Mesopotamia and Egypt?
Chapter 3&4 Question 1
Describe the role that wine plays in Greek or Roman society in relation to social status.
Chapters 5&6 Question 1
Explain how Alcohol is related to the African slave trade. African slaves were traded in exchange for European goods.
Chapter 7&8 Question 1
Compare and contrast coffee’s acceptance in society in its early stages to beer, wine, or spirits.
Chapter 7&8 Question 2
Describe the role of coffee houses in society in Europe. Coffeehouses, unlike the illicit taverns that sold alcohol, were places where respectable people could afford to be seen.
Chapter 9&10 Question 1
Explain why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain. Richard Arkwright invented a new and more efficient approach to manufacturing, thus the industrial revolution began in Great Britain.
Chapter 11&12 Question 1
Discuss how World War Two impacted the globalization of Coca-Cola.
Chapters 11&12 Question 2
Describe the role of Prohibition in the United States in the creation of Coca-Cola. In 1887, America was going to experiment with a prohibition of alcohol
Overall Analysis Questions 1, 2, 3
- How do the six drinks chosen by Standage help to explain world history?
- Describe morality in the Islamic World.