The Ambiguity of American Power: Drugs, Crime, and Violence in Latin America, Book Review by Thomas C. Bruneau
Bruneau, Thomas C.
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Reviewed: Drug Trafficking, Organized Crime, and Violence in the Americas Today, edited by Bruce M. Bagley and Jonathan D. Rosen; The Politics of Crime in Mexico: Democratic Governance in a Security Trap, by John Bailey; Women Drug Traffickers: Mules, Bosses, and Organized Crime, by Elaine Carey, edited by Kirsten Howarth and Jenny H. Peterson; Linking Political Violence and Crime in Latin America: Myths, Realities, and Complexities and Drugs, Thugs, and Diplomats: U.S. Policymaking in Colombia, by Winifred TateThe article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.25222/larr.245
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