Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel
by Tom Wainwright Author
How profitable are illegal drugs? How structured are drug cartels? What strategies are governments using to combat drug trafficking? From the British editor, and former Mexico City bureau chief and correspondent, of The Economist, Tom Wainwright examines the notorious world of the drug trade, and offers some keen insight and context to the multi-billion-dollar business that has been going on south of the border and beyond. Through his exhaustive investigative journalism, Wainwright makes a compelling argument for smarter drug policies and suggests a plausible solution for how to eliminate the drug-trade problem.
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