Mexico's "war" on drugs: causes and consequences

"Reminds readers that Mexico, a country with a relatively low level of domestic drug abuse, spends 'substantial' portions of its police and military budgets combating drug traffic. All-too-brief overview of Mexico's drug market and anti-drug policies"--Handbook of Latin Amer...

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Main Author: Toro, María C.
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Boulder [u.a.] Rienner 1995
In:Studies on the impact of the illegal drug trade
Online Access: Review
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Summary:"Reminds readers that Mexico, a country with a relatively low level of domestic drug abuse, spends 'substantial' portions of its police and military budgets combating drug traffic. All-too-brief overview of Mexico's drug market and anti-drug policies"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-94) and index
Physical Description:XI, 105 S.
ISBN:1555875483