Popular Drug War Books

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The Power of the Dog The Power of the Dog (Paperback)
by (shelved 2 times as drug-war)
avg rating 4.35 — 15,787 ratings — published 2005
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The Cartel The Cartel (Hardcover)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.24 — 23,372 ratings — published 2015
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Desert Heat (Joanna Brady, #1) Desert Heat (Joanna Brady, #1)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.98 — 10,200 ratings — published 1993
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Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars (Hardcover)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.25 — 249 ratings — published 2011
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Bones Are Forever (Temperance Brennan, #15) Bones Are Forever (Temperance Brennan, #15)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.83 — 21,573 ratings — published 2012
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El Cartel De Sinaloa El Cartel De Sinaloa (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.88 — 155 ratings — published 2010
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villiä itää enää ole ei villiä itää enää ole ei (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.00 — 3 ratings — published 2014
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Drug War Capitalism Drug War Capitalism (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.24 — 207 ratings — published 2014
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Beyond Bogota: Diary of a Drug War Journalist in Colombia Beyond Bogota: Diary of a Drug War Journalist in Colombia (Hardcover)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.90 — 139 ratings — published 2008
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Are Prisons Obsolete? Are Prisons Obsolete? (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.30 — 7,092 ratings — published 2003
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Los Señores del Narco Los Señores del Narco (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.06 — 998 ratings — published 2010
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Law of the Jungle Law of the Jungle (Hardcover)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.96 — 157 ratings — published 2010
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The Kings of Cool (Savages #1) The Kings of Cool (Savages #1)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 3.96 — 5,721 ratings — published 2012
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The Plaza The Plaza (Paperback)
by (shelved 1 time as drug-war)
avg rating 4.41 — 189 ratings — published 2012
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Milton Friedman
“See, if you look at the drug war from a purely economic point of view, the role of the government is to protect the drug cartel. That's literally true.”
Milton Friedman

Michelle Alexander
“We could choose to be a nation that extends care, compassion, and concern to those who are locked up and locked out or headed for prison before they are old enough to vote. We could seek for them the same opportunities we seek for our own children; we could treat them like one of “us.” We could do that. Or we can choose to be a nation that shames and blames its most vulnerable, affixes badges of dishonor upon them at young ages, and then relegates them to a permanent second-class status for life. That is the path we have chosen, and it leads to a familiar place.”
Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

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