Lost Cause: 50 Years of the Drug War in Latin AmericaHistorians in the News
tags: Drug War, Latin American history, Cocaine
June 17 marks 50 years since Richard M. Nixon declared drugs “America’s public enemy number one.” Perhaps no political decision has had a greater impact on Latin America’s recent past and present. Now journalists from the region are examining the failed policies of the war on drugs.
Note: This landing page contains links to multiple articles addressing the links between the US-backed drug war and political violence, environmental damage, mass incarceration, and other consequences.
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