The War on Drugs: An International Encyclopedia

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ABC-CLIO, 1999 - Law - 317 pages
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The global drug trade is one of the most prominent examples of the law of supply and demand. Despite such countermeasures as the execution of narcotics dealers in China and the United States's much-ballyhooed "War on Drugs," drug traffickers have always managed to meet the demand and satisfy an ever-growing customer base.

In addition to offering a wealth of little-known facts, "The War on Drugs" also covers major dealers, cartels, organizations, smuggling and anti-smuggling strategies, major miscalculations and disasters, drug epidemics, legal restraints, famous incidents, and more.

 

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Contents

A
1
B
9
C
23
D
53
E
65
F
73
G
79
H
89
P
183
Q
195
R
197
S
213
T
225
U
231
V
255
W
261

I
101
J
109
K
113
L
117
M
129
N
151
O
163
Y
267
Z
271
Chronology
273
Selected Websites
285
Bibliography
289
Index
311
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About the author (1999)

Ron Chepesiuk is professor and head of special collections at Dalus Library, Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC.

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