Susan Cheever

Author: Drinking in America: Our Secret History

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Susan Cheever on KCRW

The saying goes “it’s as American as apple pie.” But maybe it should have been, it’s as American as apple cider.   Hard   cider.

Drinking in America: Our Secret History

The saying goes “it’s as American as apple pie.” But maybe it should have been, it’s as American as apple cider. Hard cider.

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