The cocaine wars

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Bantam, May 1, 1989 - Medical - 393 pages
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Reading like a riveting true crime thriller, The Cocaine Wars moves from the jungles of South America where coca leaves are grown to the streets of America where the white powder is sold. The inside story of how the powerful cocaine business has become America's number one problem.

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I've been trying to learn more about this (mostly) crappy city that I live in now, and the cocaine renaissance of the 70's & 80's seemed like as good a place as any to start. This was one of the many ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE THE COCAINE EXPLOSION
1
The Kingdom of the Ochoas
3
The Third Scourge of Mankind
15
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About the author (1989)

Formerly editor of the London Sunday Times' Insight Team, Paul Eddy now writes investigative articles for the Sunday Times magazine. He is the coauthor of eight nonfiction books on subjects ranging from war to espionage to terrorism, most recently The Cocaine Wars and Hunting Marco Polo.

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