Drug War: Covert Money, Power & Policy
Russell D; Dan Russell, 1999-2000.
"Anyone who wants to understand the real issues raised by drugs and the drug war cannot afford to bypass this seminal work." -- Michael C Ruppert, former LAPD narcotics investigator, anti-CIA activist, publisher "From the Wilderness"
"The best book I ever read on the Drug War." -- Celerino Castillo III, lead DEA agent in Guatemala and El Salvador, 1985-90, who developed much of the Contra cocaine evidence; author of Powderburns
The definitive, and most entertaining, general history of the Drug War. 420 photos illustrate 675 annotated & indexed pages. "Drug War epitomizes such books as Alexander Cockburn’s Whiteout, Alfred McCoy’s The Politics of Heroin, and Gary Webb’s Dark Alliance all together, with riveting photography throughout. Written in an easy to read, flowing style that is entertaining while at the same time amazingly detailed, concise, and to the point, Drug War covers one hell of a lot of ground." Preston Peet, High Times Magazine
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