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Loubere, Leo A(lbert)

LOUBERE, Leo A(lbert)

LOUBERE, Leo A(lbert). American, b. 1923. Genres: Food and Wine, History, Biography. Career: Professor Emeritus, Professor of History, State University of New York, Buffalo, since 1964 (Assistant Professor, 1957-63). Instructor to Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1953-57. Publications: Louis Blanc: His Life and His Contribution to the Rise of French Jacobin-Socialism, 1961; Utopian Socialism: Its History since 1800, 1974; Radicalism in Mediterranean France: Its Rise and Decline, 1848-1914, 1974; The Red and the White: A History of Wine in France and Italy in the Nineteenth Century, 1978; The Vine Remembers, 1984; The Wine Revolution in France: The Twentieth Century, 1990; Nineteenth-Century Europe: The Revolution of Life, 1994. Address: 207 Culpepper Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221, U.S.A.

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