Drug Trafficking in Mexico and the United States (Hardback)Gabriel Ferreyra (author)
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Drug Trafficking in Mexico and the United States also revisits the war on drugs and provides an argument how drug control is the primary force behind drug trafficking. In that respect, there is an analysis on how the DEA has reinforced the war on drugs model and why it became a reactionary agency that opposes any comprehensive alternative to the American drug problem besides drug control. The author concludes with recommendations to implement forward-thinking measures such as decriminalization, reclassification, and legalization of drugs to effectively address the illicit drug trade.
Publisher: Lexington Books
Number of pages: 330
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
In his book, Gabriel Ferreyra analyzes with great detail the complexities of drug trafficking in Mexico and the United States. This excellent work clearly depicts the nefarious consequences of prohibition and the drug war, as well as the problematic role of the DEA. A must read for all those interested in the negative effects of current drug policy and a failed drug war.--Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, Associate Professor, Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
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