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NOTE: This bibliography was compiled by Donald J. Mabry,

Professor of History and Senior Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategic Studies, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762 (Telephone: 601-325-7095). E-Mail: djm1@ra.msstate.edu. The article summaries came from UnCover of the CARL, Inc. online public access catalog. Pages cited are often just the first page of an article.

Abbott, Michael H. "The Army and the Drug War: Politics or National Security?" Parameters. December, 1989, 99-.

Abend, Jules. "Narcotics Cited as Key Threat." Stores (June 1989), pp. 56-.

Abrams, Elliott. Drug Wars: the New Alliances Against Traffickers and Terrorists. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division, 1986. (Current Policy; no. 792). (February 10, 1986 speech to Council on Foreign Relations.

Abruzzese, R. Coca-leaf Production in the Countries of the Andean Subregion. Bulletin on Narcotics, 41:1-2 (1989), pp. 95-.

Adelekan, M.L. Self-reported drug use among secondary school students in the Nigerian State of Ogun. Bulletin on Narcotics, 41:1-2 (1989), pp. 109-.

Ahmed, Mahmoud S., Zhou, De-He, and Maulik, Dev. Characterization of a Cocaine Binding Protein in Human Placenta. Life Sciences, 46:8 (1990), pp. 553-.

Akimoto, K., Hamamura, T. and Otsuki, S. Subchronic cocaine treatment enhances cocaine-induced dopamine efflux, studied by in vivo intracerebral dialysis. Brain Research, 490:2 (June 26 1989), pp. 339.

Akimoto, K., Hamamura, T., Kazahaya, Y. Tetraethylammonium stimulates adrenomedullary secretion by causing fluctuations in a cytosolic free Ca concentration. Enhanced extracellular dopamine level may be the fundamental neuropharmacological basis of cross-behavioral sensitization between methamphetamine and cocaine- an in vivo dialysis study in freely moving rats. Brain Research, 507:2 (January 22 1990), pp. 344-.

Alberti, Giorgio and Enrique (Mayer, eds. Reciprocidad e inteal use and abuse of cocaine has a great influence on the outcome of pregnancy.

Anglin, M. D., Booth, M. W., and Ryan, T. M. Ethnic Differences in Narcotics Addiction. II. Chicano and Anglo Addiction Career Patterns. The International Journal of the Addictions, 23:10 (1988), pp. 1011-.

Anglin, M. D. The Efficacy of Civil Commitment in Treating Narcotics Addiction. Journal of Drug Issues, 18:4 (Fall 1988), pp. 527-.

Anglin, M.D., Weisman, C.P., and Fisher, D.G. The MMPI Profiles of Narcotics Addicts: I. A Review of the Literature. The International Journal of the Addictions, 24:9 (1989), pp. 867-.

Anon. (Mayor Barry is busted on cocaine charges. Newsweek, 115:5 (January 29, 1990), p 5.

Anon. Addicts In The Workplace. Director, 43:2 (September 1, 1989), pp. 66-. Summary: Addiction to alcohol and other Drugs, Narcotics, tranquilizers, even nicotine is a growing social problem that has major implications for business. Tom Nash looks at the action companies are starting to take.

Anon. Agreement on Cooperation in Combating Narcotics Trafficking and Drug Dependency. International Legal Materials: Current Documents, 29:1 (January 1, 1990), pp. 58-.

Anon. America's War On Panama. Maclean's, 103:1 (January 1, 1990), 52-. Summary: After Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega declared war on the United States and his troops fatally shot an off-duty American officer, President George Bush last week ordered an invasion of the Central American nation. One objective: to capture Noriega, wanted on drug-trafficking charges in Florida.

Anon. Another Deadly Danger of Cocaine. Emergency Medicine. (March 30 1989) v 21 n 6 pp. 100. Summary: It kicks may strike not only the cardiovascular and nervous systems but skeletal muscle as well, triggering a cascade of problems that can end in death.

Anon. Asia: Drugs. Far Eastern Economic Review, 146:47 (November 23 1989), pp. 44-. Summary: From the Golden Triangle to Manila, more drugs than ever are being produced in Asia. Correspondents in Manila, Seoul and Bangkok report on a dual concern for narcotics agencies:

The emergence of super-charged speed and a record opium harvest.

Anon. Ballots and Bullets. Presstime, 12:4 (April 1, 1990), pp. 8-. Summary: The election of journalists as public officals, all-out media wars and drug lords' bombing newspapers they're the norm in Latin America.

Anon. BCCI and the laundering of cocaine cash. The Economist. (October 15 1988) v 309 n 7572. pp. 96-.

Anon. BCCI on the record-exclusively to The Banker. The banker. December 1 1988) v 138 n 754. pp. 40.

Anon. Was This Bank A Laundry? A drug-money trail leads to BCCI. Business week. (October 24 1988) n 3076. pp. 29.

Anon. Beating back the cocaine kings. U.S. News & World Report. (February 19 1990) v 108 n 7 pp. 18.

Anon. Belisario No Entregar a Ningún Colombianos, Quindio Libre, (October 1, 1983, 8B.

Anon. Bolivia Asks U.S. for Big Loan to Make Up Lost Cocaine Income, New York Times, (July 31, 1986, A4.

Anon. Bush Names drug mob capos to rule Panama. Executive Intelligence Review, 17:2 (January 5, 1990), pp. 32-.

Anon. Bush Taking Military Tack in Drug Battle. Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report. (September 9 1989) v 47 n 36. pp. 2322. Summary: The president's proposal for an infusion of aid to the armed forces in cocaine'producing Latin American countries marks a major shift toward a military response to the overseas drug trade.

Anon. Bush's threats to blockade Colombia give big boost to drug cartels. Executive Intelligence Review, 17:4 (January 19 1990), pp. 34-.

Anon. Carriers sign pacts to halt drug smuggling. Traffic World. Sep 18 1989). 219:49-50.

Anon. Carta Abierta de Roberto Su rez, El Diario [La Paz], (October 19, 1988).

Anon. Civismo en (Marcha, Medellín Cívico, (March 1984, 2.

Anon. Coast Guard uses Schweizer SA 2-37A on undercover missions to observe suspected drug smuggling. Aviation Week & Space Technology, 130:53 (May 1 1989).

Anon. Cocaine and Strokes. Medical World News. (May 23 1989) v 30 n 10 pp. 40. Summary: The rising incidence of cocaine-related strokes means that anyone younger than 45 with cerebral ischemia or occlusion should have toxicology screen, researchers say.

Anon. Cocaine Babies. Editorial Research Reports. (July 28 1989) v 2 n 4 pp. 419. Summary: Some activist prosecutors are trying to bring criminal charges against women for drug-related injuries to their fetuses. So far they have been unsuccessful, but this month a Florida prosecutor won a conviction by using a legal twist.

Anon. Cocaine Babies. Medical World News. December 15, 1988), v 29 n 24. pp. 14. Summary: Accumulating evidence documents the adverse effects of cocaine, even in small amounts, upon the fetus.

Anon. Cocaine Capitalism. The Nation. (October 2 1989) v 249 n 10. pp. 341-.

Anon. Cocaine, Communism and Crisis in Peru. The war on drugs draws the U.S. into a land of terror and crackpot economics. U.S. news & world report. September 18 1989) v 107 n 11. pp. 45.

Anon. Cocaine-Induced Seizures in the Young. Emergency Medicine. (March 30 1990) v 22 n 6. pp. 101-. Summary: Passive or accidental drug intoxication may not be your first suspicion when a child seizes, but if they come from an environment where adults use drugs, children may also suffer the effects.

Anon. Cocaine: The Federal Express Connection. Newsweek. (August 21 1989) v 114 n 8 pp. 18.

Anon. Colombia Drug War Lends Urgency to U.S. Aid. Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report. September 2 1989) v 47 n 35 pp. 2264 .

Anon. Colombia Drug War Lends Urgency to U.S. Aid. Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 47:35 (September 2, 1989), pp. 2264-.

Anon. Colombia: Human Rights Implications of United States Drug Control Policy. Harvard Human Rights Journal (Spring 1990), pp. 186-.

Anon. Colombia: The Drug Economy, The Economist (April 2, 1988), 63.

Anon. Colombian judge located by Detroit news flees area. Editor & Publisher, the Fourth Estate 122:11 (May 20 1989).

Anon. Crack Secret Police Outfit to Combat Shining Path'sNew Offensive, The Andean Report (March 1987).

Anon. Cracking Down on Crack. Editorial Research Report.

(February 23 1990) v 1 n 8. pp. 112-. Summary: President

Reagan, who began the latest war on drugs, was responding

to a sudden increase in the use of crack cocaine in the

mid-1980s.

Anon. Creating Customers for Dangerous Drugs, Outlook 82

(April 7, 1906), 778-79.

Anon. Crisis in the Courts. Business Week. (March 26,

1990), pp. 76. Summary: Delays caused by Narcotics cases

are boosting corporate legal bills.

Anon. Cutting Cocaine's Chemical Cord. Summary: The

Organization of American States meets to vote on

controls. Chemical Week, 146:15 (April 18 1990), pp. 10-.

Anon. Daedalus: Coca-coda. Nature. (June 15 1989) v 339 n

6225. pp. 514-.

Anon. Drug Legalization. Congressional Quarterly's

Editorial Research Report (February 23, 1990), pp. 116-.

Summary: Some believe the only way to control drug abuse

is to legalize drugs like marijuana and cocaine and

subject them to government regulation and taxation.

Anon. Drug Legalization. Congressional Quarterly's

Editorial Research Report. (February 23 1990) v 1 n 8

pp. 116. Summary: Some believe the only way to control

drug abuse is to legalize drugs like marijuana and

cocaine and subject them to government regulation and

taxation.

Anon. Drug Therapy to Treat Cocaine Withdrawal. U.S.

Pharmacist. (May 1 1990) v 15 n 5. pp. 48-.

Anon. Drug Wars: How the Battles Are BEing Fought Across

the United States and Canada. Police Chief (June 1988),

p. 48.

Anon. Drugs of Choice. Science News, 136:25 (December 16

1989), pp. 392-.

Summary: Most cigarette smokers are physically and

psychologically dependent on their "best friends," but

some light smokers show no signs of dependence. Studies

of nonaddicted smokers also known as cigarette

"chippers"may shed light on the nature of nicotine

addiction. Researchers are also looking at nondependent

users of other drugs, such as cocaine, to understand

better why some people get hooked on intoxicating

substances.

Anon. Drugs. Summary: Marijuana and Learning: Grass

Gets an F. Current Health 2, 15:5 (January 1, 1989), pp.

20.

Anon. Drugs: The Downside of Smoking Tobacco and

Marijuana. Current Health 2, 16:3 (November 1, 1989), pp.

24-.

Anon. E-2C aircraft are key to Coast Guard's antidrug

smuggling operations. Aviation Week and Space

Technology. (January 30 1989) v 130 n 5 pp. 37. Summary:

Grumman early warning aircraft fitted with an APS-125

radar flying missions form Key West in search for

aircraft that might be bringing narcotics into the U.S.

Anon. Effects of Crack and Cocaine Upon Infants: A Brief

Review of the Literature. Children's Legal Rights

Journal. Fall 89 v 10 n 4. pp. 4.

Anon. El Dinero Caliente Pretende Entrar en Política,

Guión, (July 15-21, 1983, 21.

Anon. El Dossier de Medellín, Semana, (January 27, 1987,

25.

Anon. El tr fico de drogas es mecanismo de autodefensa,

El Espectador, (July 3, 1984.

Anon. Estupor por Subornos de la Mafia, El Tiempo,

(January 10, 1988), 9A.

Anon. Existen Mas de Dos Millones de Desempleados,

Medellín Cívico, (May 1987, 6.

Anon. Focus On Loss Prevention. Stores, 71:6 (June 1,

1989), pp. 56. Summary: Narcotics are cited by

retailers as top threat to asset protection-both

internal and external.

Anon. From Coca-Cola to the Cartels. Scholastic Update.

Teachers' edition. (November 17 1989) v 122 n 6. pp. 10.

Summary: A look back at a century of drug abuse and drug

wars in America.

Anon. Getting Gangsters Out of Drugs. The Economist

(April 2, 1988), pp. 11-12.

Anon. Guns, Drugs, and the C.I.A., Frontline, PBS, (May

18, 1988), 34.

Anon. Haiti: Coupsters and cocaine. The Economist. (April

8 1989) v 311 n 7597. pp. 46.

Anon. Hay Que Hablar con los Narcos Dicen 2 Obispos, El

Tiempo, (February 13, 1988), 1A.

Anon. Hitting Kingpins in Their Assets, US News and World

Report, December 8, 1988).

Anon. In Europe, some don't want to halt the flow.

Barron's. 69:33 Jun 26 1989). (Money-laundering

legislation).

Anon. Is Prohibition Making Drug Fiends? Literary Digest

69 (April 16, 1921), 19-20.

Anon. Jacobo Arenas Discusses Lehder, Semana, (March 10,

1987, 22-25.

Anon. Japan: Drugs. Far Eastern Economic Review., 147:11

(March 15 1990), pp. 12. Summary: Police face Legal

obstacles in pursuit of narcotics traffickers at a time

when the country is seen as the next big market for

illicit drugs.

Anon. La Conexión, Caretas, (September 7, 1987, 36.

Anon. La Mafia Asesino a Pardo Leal, El Tiempo, (November

13, 1987, 3A.

Anon. La Patria Acorralada, Quindio Libre, (October 1,

1983, 2A.

Anon. La Paz es la Justicia Social, Medellín Cívico,

(November 1986, 3.

Anon. Libre Capo de la Mafia porque Ningún Juez Quiso

Procesarlo, El Tiempo, (February 9, 1988), 24.

Anon. Lo Unico que Hacemos Es el Oso, El Tiempo,

(February 22, 1988).

Anon. Los barrios Pobres y la Eradicación de la Pobreza,

Medellín Cívico, (October 1986, 3.

Anon. Marijuana Controversy Sparks Debate Among DEA

Officials. Drug Topics, 132:20 (October 17, 1988), pp.

42-.

Anon. Marine OV-10Ds with Flir systems detect, track

aircraft smuggling narcotics. Aviation Week and Space

Technology. (July 10 1989) v 131 n 2 pp. 49. Summary:

The success of OV-10D patrols along a broad stretch of

the coast, from the Florida Keys to the Carolinas, has

caught the attention of both the illegal drug traffickers

and congressional officials.

Anon. Medicine: Is there a technical fix for cocaine

addiction? U.S. News & World Report. (April 17 1989) v

106 n 15 pp. 61.

Anon. Memorable Moments - Overdosing a Gunman. American

Druggist, 200:2 (August 1, 1989), pp. 56. Summary: The

robber who waved his gun demanding Narcotics got more

than he bargined for.

Anon. Mexico Urged to Boost Efforts in Drug War.

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 47:9 (March 4,

1989), pp. 473-.

Anon. Mexico Week. Mexico Journal, 3:2 (October 9, 1989),

pp. 8-. Summary: Salinas vs Bush on trade issues:

Attorney general gives drug-fight report.: Durazo gets

six years: The south gets swamped: Zuno Arce tries to

leave L.A.: Roundup: MuĄoz Ledo on the hot seat.

Anon. Mientras el Pueblo Padece Hambre, Varias Industrias

Se Enriquen, Medellín Cívico, (April 1987, 4.

Anon. Military-Drug Trafficking Link Alleged, Radio

Patria Libre (Clandestine) to Colombia, (November 15,

1988).

Anon. Multinacional de la Droga: Qui‚n Esta Detr s? El

Tiempo, (February 17, 1986, 10.

Anon. Narcotics. U.S.-Mexico report; monthly translations

..., 9:1 (January 1, 1990), pp. 14.

Anon. Narcotics: A Primer. Current Health 2, 15:7 (March

1 1989), pp. 11.

Anon. Narcotr fico y política II: Bolivia 1982-1985.

Cochabamba: [s.n.], 1985.

Anon. Nation: The U.S. readies emergency aid for Colombia

as drug barons declare "total war" against the

government. Time (September 4, 1989), 12. Summary:

President Barco strikes back against assassinations and

bombings by threatening extradition of cocaine kingpins

to the U.S. and seizing planes, yachts and lavish

mansions of the narcotrafficantes. But the leading

gangsters disappear after their hit men rub out Luis

Carlos Gal n, the front-running candidate in next (May's

presidential election.

Anon. National Menace of the Dope Traffic, Literary

Digest 76 (February 24, 1923), 34-35.

Anon. News. Chemistry and Industry (March 5, 1990), pp.

114. Summary: Dutch tackle Narcotics chemicals.

Anon. No a la Extradición, Medellín Cívico, (March 1984,

7.

Anon. Noriega and the CIA in Costa Rica. Newsweek, 115:7

(February 12, 1990), p. 22.

Anon. NTSB asserts captain's cocaine use contributed to

crash of Metro 3. Aviation week and space technology.

(February 6 1989) v 130 n 6 pp. 59. Summary: Both

pilots, seven passengers were killed Jan. 19, 1988), when

a Trans-Colorado Airlines Metro 3 crashed at night near

Durango, Colo.

Anon. Pakistan: Narcotics. Far Eastern Economic Review,

145:32 (August 10, 1989), pp. 25-. Summary: The

government arrests a former general, now an opposition

politician, on charges of International Drug trafficking.

Anon. Pakistan: Narcotics. Summary: Prime Minister

Bhutto cracks down on Drug syndicates in the country.

Far Eastern Economic Review, 144:18 (May 4, 1989), pp.

28-.

Anon. Paro armado de 72 horas, Bases Huallaga, (August

1988), 1.

Anon. Patent Medicine Crusade, Nation 81 (November 9,

1905), 376.

Anon. Patent Medicines and Poverty, Outlook 83 (June 2,

1906), 253-254.

Anon. Peru's Failed Experiment, Dollars & Sense, 1989).

Anon. Quality Watch. Hospitals, 63:15 (August 5, 1989),

pp. 34-. Summary: Are you monitoring prescribed

narcotics at your facility? More than 87 percent of the

hospitals accredited by the Joint Commission on

Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations fail to comply

with JCAHO standards in the area of Drug usage. Such

serious quality problems can lead to a loss of

accreditation.

Anon. Questions and Answers: Availability of

pharmaceutical cocaine. American Journal of Hospital

Pharmacy (August 1 1989) v 46 n 8 pp. 1534.

Anon. Quien Esta Matando a la mafia, Semana, (April 1,

1986, 32.

Anon. Quien Fue, Semana, (January 25, 1986.

Anon. Radio in the War on Drugs. Communications, 26:9

(September 1, 1989), pp. 74-. Summary: The Mississippi

Narcotics Bureau is using digital speech encrypting to

protect agents and improve their effectiveness.

Anon. Reactivación Económica por Dinero Caliente, El

Espectador, (October 3, 1987, 1A, 7A.

Anon. Rural Mexico turns to drug cultivation to put food

on the table. Mexico Journal, 3:4 (October 23, 1989), pp.

16-.

Anon. Street Level Narcotics Enforcement. Law and Order,

38:7 (July 1, 1990), pp. 87-.

Anon. Struggling To Cut The Cocaine/Chemicals

Connection: So far, the war against chemical diversion is

a stalemate. Chemical Week. (January 4 1989) v 143 n 26

pp. 44.

Anon. The coming cocaine plague in Europe. Demand is up,

and the parallels with the American experience are

frightening. U.S. News & World Report. (February 20

1989) v 106 n 7 pp. 34

Anon. The dramas of BCCI. The economist. December 17

1988) v 309 n 7581. pp. 81.

Anon. The Drug Bill's 2.3 Billion Promise, New York

Times, (October 25, 1988), 26y.

Anon. The Drug Flames Rise Higher, New York Times, (March

3, 1988), 30.

Anon. The Drug-money hunt. Narcotics warriors target

laundered cash. U.S. News & World Report (August 21

1989), pp. 22.

Anon. The Epidemic. Medical World News. 1989).

Anon. The Helmsman. The Illustrated weekly of India.

(October 8 1989) v 110 n 41. pp. 42-. Summary: S N M

Abdi talks to BCCI president B K Dutt about the

controversies that have rocked the criketing

establishment.

Anon. The Long, Losing Battle Against Drugs. The

Economist (March 5, 1988), pp. 23-24.

Anon. The NACLA Report: Coca The Real Green Revolution.

NACLA Report on the Americas. (March 1 1989) v 22 n 6.

pp. 12.

Anon. The NACLA Report: Colombia Cracks Up. NACLA Report

on the Americas, 23:6 (April 1, 1990), pp. 13-. Summary:

The People's War; The Dirty War; The Drug War.

Anon. The Superstition of Dope, Literary Digest 54 (June

30, 1917), 1990).

Anon. Those stubborn coca growers. U.S. News & World

Report. (February 26 1990) v 108 n 8. pp. 13.

Anon. Tocache: Some Things Go Better With..., The Andean

Report, December 1985.

Anon. Top drug cop weighs use of marijuana as an Rx drug.

Drug Topics, 132:23 (December 12 1988), pp. 50-.

Anon. Turf War Over Coca-Growing Territory Leaves 34

Dead, 11 Wounded in Peru, Miami Herald, (October 14,

1987, 3A.

Anon. Vereniging Happy Family v. Inspecteur Der

Omzetbelasting. European Court of Justice. Common Market

Law Reports, 56:736 (December 5, 1989), pp. 743-.

Summary: Value added tax-illegal goods-Narcotics-no

import VAT chargeable-outside commercial sector

altogether (except for strictly controlled medical

use)-no VAT on internal transactions either-controlled

goods-amphetamines-equivalent to Narcotics for VAT

purposes-hands-off policy of Dutch police regarding `soft

drugs' irrelevant-not equivalent to legislation-soft

drugs also outside VAT system.

Anon. Virginia ROTHR system covers Caribbean drug

smuggling routes. Aviation Week & Space Technology.

131:76+ Nov 27 1989).

Anon. Wanted: godfather of Colombia's drug cartels.

Executive Intelligence Review, 17:23 (June 1, 1990), pp.

26-. Summary: Once the President of Colombia during the

heyday of the country's dope trade, Alfonso López

Michelsen is now at the center of the drug traffickers'

empire aganist which the current government has declared

total war. Now the authorities are on the tail of the

godfather himself; the material assembled here is aimed

at helping that process along.

Anon. Was This Bank A Laundry? A drug-money trail leads

to BCCI Business week. (October 24 1988) n 3076. pp. 29.

Anon. Weed It And Reap.Summary: Fueled by the U.S.

government's war on drugs, marijuana is now this

country's largest cash crop. And it's not just California

hippies who are growing it. Dollars & Sense (March 1,

1989). pp. 12-.

Anon. When Coke Leads to Stroke. Emergency Medicine.

(April 15 1990) v 22 n 7. pp. 35-. Summary: More and

more young people today are finding out the hard way

that the downside of the cocaine high can be something

they expect to happen to their elders--an intracerebral

or subarachnoid hemorrhage or cerebral infarction.

Anon. World. Maclean's, 102:36 (September 4, 1989), p.

16-. Summary: Washington provides massive military and

related aid to Colombia to help Bogota fight drug

traffickers who vow to wage total war against the

government.

Anslinger, Harry J. and William F. Tompkins. The Traffic

in Narcotics. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1953.

Anthony, James C., Tien, Allen Y., and Petronis, Kenneth

R. Epidemiologic Evidence on Cocaine Use and Panic

Attacks. American Journal of Epidemiology. (March 1 1989)

v 129 n 3 pp. 543.

Anturiano Hurtado, Julio. La hiena: drama social sobre

la droga, drogadiccion, y corrupcion. Santa Cruz,

Bolivia: Empresa Editora El Pais, 1986. 159 p.

Araki, H, Y. Uchiyama-Tsuyuki, and H. Aihara, H. Effects

of Chronic Administration of Haloperidol, Methamphetamine

or Cocaine on Wet-Dog Shakes Elicited by Stimulation of

the Rat Hippocampus. Archives internationales de

pharmacodynamie et de therapie. (January 1 1989) v 297

pp. 217.

Arango Jaramillo, Mario, and Jorge Child. Coca-Coca:

historia, manejo politico y mafia de la cocaina. Bogota:

Dos Mundos, 1986.

Arango Jaramillo, Mario, and Jorge Child. Los condenados

de la coca: el manejo politico de la droga. Medellin,

Colombia: Editorial J.M. Arango, 1985.

Arango Jaramillo, Mario, and Jorge Child. Narcotrafico

imperio de la cocaina. 1a ed. Medellin, Colombia:

Editorial Percepcion, 1984.

Arango Jaramillo, Mario. Impacto del Narcotr fico en

Antioquía. Medellín: Editorial J. M. Arango, 1988).

Arauz, Celestino Andres. El contrabando holandes en el

Caribe durante la primera mitad del siglo XVIII /

Celestino Andres Arauz Monfante. Caracas: Academia

Nacional de la Historia, 1984. Biblioteca de la Academia

Nacional de la Historia. Fuentes para la historia

colonial de Venezuela ; 168-169.

Arif, A., ed., Adverse health consequences of cocaine

abuse. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1987.

Ashley, Richard. Cocaine: its history, uses and

effects. New York: Warner Books, 1976.

Avakian, E.V., LeRoy, M., and St. John-Allan, K. Effect

of Chronic Cocaine Administration and Cocaine Withdrawal

on Coronary Flow Rate and Heart Rate Responses to

Epinephrine and Cocaine in Isolated Perfused Rat Hearts.

Life Sciences. 1990) v 46 n 22. pp. 1569-.

Ayatollah, Guerrillas y Narcos, Cuentas Pendientes, El

Tiempo, (November 15, 1987, 5A.

Bachman, Jerald G., Johnston, Lloyd D., and O'Malley,

Patrick M. Explaining the Recent Decline in Cocaine Use

among Young Adults: Further Evidence That Perceived Risks

and Disapproval Lead to Reduced Drug Use. Journal of

Health and Social Behavior. (June 1 1990) v 31 n 2 pp.

173.

Bagley, Bruce. Colombia and the War on Drugs, Foreign

Affairs 67:1 (Fall 1988), 70-92.

Bagley, Bruce. The Colombian Connection: The Impact of

Drug Traffic on Colombia, in Coca and Cocaine: Effects on

People and Policy in Latin America. edited by Deborah

Pacini and Christine Franquemont. Peterborough, N.H.:

Cultural Survival and Cornell University, 1986.

Bailey, David N, and Richard F. Shaw. Cocaine- and

Methamphetamine-Related Deaths in San Diego County

(1987): Homicides and Accidental Overdoses. Journal of

Forensic Sciences. (March 1 1989) v 34 n 2 pp. 407.

Bailey, Susan L., and Hubbard, Robert L. Developmental

Variation in the Context of Marijuana Initiation among

Adolescents. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 31:1

(March 1, 1990), pp. 58-.

Bak, David J. Sant and Fournier, Robert. New weapons in

the war against drugs. Journal of the American Chemical

Society, 9 Aug 16 1989).

Baker, J. The 'You Fly, You Die' Debate. Newsweek

(October 2, 1989), 26.

Bakht, Fred R., Kirshon, Brian, and Baker, Tahirih.

Postpartum cardiovascular complications after

bromocriptine and cocaine use. American Journal of

Obstetrics and Gynecology. (April 1 1990) v 162 n 4. pp.

1065-. Summary: The potential for adverse cardiovascular

effects after postpartum bromocriptine use, especially in

conjunction with recent cocaine use, is discussed.

Ball, Aimee Lee. White Lies: Cocaine-the Dirty Little

Secret in the Age of Clean. pp. 266. (April 1 1989) v 95

n 4.

Ballon, Eduardo, ed. Movimientos sociales y crisis: el

caso peruano. Lima: Centro de Estudios y Promocion del

Desarrollo, 1986.

Bannon, Michael J., Xue, Chang-Hong, and Shibata,

Kazuhiko. Expression of a Human Cocaine-Sensitive

Dopamine Transporter in Xenopus laevis Oocytes. Journal

of neurochemistry, 54:2 (February 1, 1990), pp. 706-.

Barnes, Deborah. The Biological Tangle of Drug Addiction,

Science 241 (July 22, 1988), 415-17.

Barr, Cameron. Colombia's Bloodied Bench. The American

Lawyer, 12:2 (March 1, 1990), pp. 94-. Summary: Being a

judge in Colombia is "almost heroic," says one young

jurist--a struggle against the bribes and bullets of the

drug cartels on the one hand and the inefficiencies of

the judicial system on the other.

Barrett, R. L. and J.B. Appel, Effects of stimulation and

blockade of dopamine receptor subtypes on the

discriminative stimulus properties of cocaine.

Psychopharmacology. September 1 1989) v 99 n 1 pp. 13.

Barrios, Jaime. Low-intensity Warfare: Reasons and

Rationale. World Marxist Review, 32:7 (July 1989), pp.

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Barron, John. Castro, Cocaine and the A-Bomb Connection.

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745. Summary: Although phenoxybenzamine, an alpha 1

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necropsy over a 10-year period and were divided into 2

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Foltin, R.W., and Fischman, M.W. The effects of

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Foltin, R.W., Fischman, M.W., and Brady, J.V. The

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Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 32:2 (February

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Foltin, Richard W., Fischman, Marian W., and Brady,

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Recreational use of cocaine has reached epidemic

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various acute and chronic cardiovascular disorders. The

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the experiences with cocaine-induced coronary artery

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Garhart, Christine A., Anwer, Sawkat M., and Shuster,

Louis. Cocaine-induced changes in perfusion pressure and

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Gatley, S.J., MacGregor, R.R., and Fowler, J.S. Rapid

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Gawin, Frank H., Allen, D., and Humblestone, B.

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Gawin, Frank H., Kleber, Herbert D., Byck, Robert

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Gawin, Frank H., Morgan, C., and Kosten, T.R.

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Georgia broadcaster in drug arrest. Broadcasting, 117:32

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218.

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Glockman, Walter. A Thorn Among the Roses. Security

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How Tampa Air's security system thwarts Colombian drug

smugglers.

Godshaw, Gerald, Ross Koppel, and Russell Pancoast.

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Gonz lez, Raul. Trafficking, Subversion in Upper

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Fitful efforts at crop eradiation and law enforcement

have failed to undermine the cocaine business in Peru,

Bolivia, and Colombia. A more effective way to curb

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legal economies of the coca-producing countries.

Gorriti, Gustavo. Southern Exposure: The View From Peru.

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Graham, Bradley. Bolivia Runs Risk in Drug Drive,

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Graham, Bradley. Drug Killings Cow Colombians, Washington

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Graham, Bradley. Impact of Colombian Drug Traffickers

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Graham-Mulhall, Sara. The Evil of Drug Addiction, New

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10:5 (May 1 1990), pp. 21-. Summary: Cocaine's ability

to bolster self-confidence, provide a sense of

empowerment, and create a feeling of euphoria has made it

the illegal drug of choice for women.

Greenleaf, Vicki D. Women & Cocaine. New realities. (May

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bolster self-confidence, provide a sense of empowerment,

and create a feeling of euphoria has made it the illegal

drug of choice for women.

Grier, P. (1989) Pentagon's Support Role Increases. The

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Griffin, Margaret L., Weiss, Roger D. , Mirin, Steven M.

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Grilly, D. M., and Grogan, T. W. Cocaine and level of

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Grinspoon, Lester, and James B. Bakalar. Cocaine: a drug

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Halloran, Richard. In War against Drugs, Military is

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Hamow, Ronald, ed., Dealing with drugs: consequences of

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Hanson, David. Chemical makers rebut link to cocaine

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Hanson, G.R., Smiley, P., Johnson, M. Response by the

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Harland, R. D., Gauvin, D. V., and Michaelis, R. C.

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Hazleton, William A., and Woy-Hazleton, Sandra. Sendero

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Hazleton, William A., and Woy-Hazleton, Sandra. Terrorism

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Healey, Kevin. Coca, The State, and the Peasantry in

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Healey, Kevin. The Boom Within the Crisis: Some Recent

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Healey, Kevin. The Cocaine Industry and Bolivian

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Heishman, S.J., and Stitzer, M.L. Effect of

d-amphetamine, secobarbital, and marijuana on choice

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Psychopharmacology, 99:2 (October 1, 1989), pp. 156-.

Henderson, M.G., and McMillen, B.A. Effects of prenatal

exposure to cocaine or related drugs on rat development

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Henry, Douglas J. Greene, Margaret A. White, Francis J.

Electrophysiological Effects of Cocaine in the

Mesoaccumbens Dopamine System: Repeated Administration.

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Hernandez, Luiz, Lee, Francis, and Hoebel, Bartley G.

Microdialysis in the Nucleus Accumbens during Feeding or

Drugs of Abuse: Amphetamine, Cocaine, and Phencyclidine.

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Hersh, Seymour M. Our Man in Panama: We call Manuel

Noriega a common goon these days, but for 20 years we

overlooked his drug dealing and brutality. Life. (March

1, 1990), pp. 81-.

Hersh, Seymour M.. Why Democrats Can't Make an Issue of

Noriega, New York Times, (May 4, 1988), 31y.

Hertsgaard, Mark.The Media in Panama: In an effort to

cover the Noriega manhunt, did the news media miss the

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Higgins, Patrick Learning from Bolivia: Mission stint

alters life of New York priest. Maryknoll. (May 1 1989)

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Higgins, Rosemary. Cocaine abuse: What every emergency

nurse should know. Jen, Journal of Emergency Nursing.

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suggest that 30 million Americans have at least

experimented with cocaine, but neither the public nor the

health care community are fully aware of all its

dangerous effects.

Hilton, Isabelle. The terrorist threat to tourism in

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Hilton, Robert E. Recent Developments Relating to the

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Hoban, Phoebe. Getting Clean. New York. (February 20

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Yorkers are flocking to meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous,

Cocaine Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous. There are

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Marcella, Gabriel. The Latin American Military, Low

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battlefield report from the U.S.-sponsored war on

cocaine-and offers some thoughts on the rainforest

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Marks, Tom. Corner of the Dead. Soldier of Fortune, 15:3

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against rampant inflation, indifferent politicians and an

incredibly violent Maoist insurgency-Sendero Luminoso

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in Ayacucho, focal point of the insurgency, to determine

if Peru can continue to hold the line.

Marks, Tom. Peru's Fatal Distraction. Soldier of

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drugs lords or the Sendero Luminoso guerrillas the real

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McCurdy, H. Horton, Callahan, Lisa S., and Williams,

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McFadden, Peter. New Eradication Program Winning Over

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McWilliams, John C. Unsung Partner Against Crime: Harry

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Means, L. B., Small, M., and Capone, D. M. Client

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Meese, Edwin, III. Organized Crime and International Drug

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Mexico, Office of the President, Bureau of Social

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Miller, Norman S., Gold, Mark S., and Millman, Robert L.

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history of capitalism. But unlike tea, coffee, sugar and

tobacco, cocaine sins thrice: It interferes with labor

productivity, the profits it garners are not made by

respectable capitalists, and the state has trouble

claiming its share.

Misra, A. L., Pontani, R. B., and Vadlomani, N. L.

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Mitsui, T., Hida, M., and Fujimura, Y. Determination of

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Mohr, C. Drug Bill Passes, Finishing Business of 100th

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important book based on field research in Peru.

Contradicts the findings of many Congressional reports on

narcotics control programs. Important, as well, for his

data on coca growing and Sendero Luminiso.

Morales, Luis Guillermo. Colombia: New Tax Measures.

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measures were recently adopted by Congress and national

Gevernment of Colombia which affect, inter alia, the net

wealth tax, the presumption of income, disclosure

requirement of banks, non-deductible expenses,

depreciation, bad debts and leasing. This article

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Morales, Waltraud Queiser. "The War on Drugs: a New US

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Morgan, H. Wayne. Drugs in America: A Social History,

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Morley, J., and Byrne, M. The Drug War and 'National

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Muntaner, C., Cascella, N.G., and Kumor, K.M. Placebo

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Murphy, Sheigla B., Reinarman, Craig, and Waldorf, Dan.

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Nadelmann, Ethan A. The Drugs Enforcement Agency in Latin

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problems that are recognizable, have predictable

patterns, and are treatable. Technologies exist that

allow for accurate assessment of pathologic severity.

Medical research has assisted with chemical tools that

aid in restoration of depleted neurochemistry. However,

in the treatment of cocaine addition the basics still

apply. Measurers such as good assessment and chemical

intervention will not solve the problem without overall

rehabilitative and self-help support.

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Pearce, Jenny. The Dirty Wars. NACLA Report on the

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Cocaine-financed death squads, operating with the advice

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Peterson, Allen L. Flying Air Cavalry Missions in the

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Pike, Ronald F. Cocaine Withdrawal: An Effective

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Pilotte, N.S., Sharpe, L.G., and Dax, E.M. Multiple, but

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Pogue, Velvie A., and Nurse, Hazeline M.

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additional support for an association between cocaine

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renal failure.

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cowboy Gus Farace killed undercover drug agent Everett

Hatcher, he touched off a nationwide manhunt. But not

only the Feds were after the hulking wiseguy. Police

pressure on the Bonanno and Colombo crime families had

put them in a hunt as well. Then, last (November, Farace

was shot dead while he sat in a Pontiac on a Bensonhurst

street. "We'd all seen that face in our sleep," says the

detective who identified Farace's body.

Post, Robert M., Weiss, Susan R.B., and Pert, Agu.

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Rachlinski, J.J., Foltin, R.W., and Fischman, M.W. The

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holds power. What will happen in 1990.

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United States. Washington: General Accounting Office,

1977.

United States. House. Committee on Agriculture.

Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy. Review

of the drug law enforcement activities of the Forest

Service; and the Omnibus Public Lands Act of 1987:

hearing before the Subcommittee on Forests, Family Farms,

and Energy of the Committee on Agriculture, House of

Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session,

on H. R. 3680, (July 12,1988). Washington: U.S. G. P. O.,

1988).

United States. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and

Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on International Development

Institutions and Finance. Decertification resolutions:

hearing before the Subcommittee on International

Development Institutions and Finance of the Committee on

Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of

Representatives, One-hundredth Congress, second session,

(May 5, 1988). Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and

Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on Financial Institutions

Supervision, Regulation and Insurance. Tax evasion, drug

trafficking, and money laundering as they involve

financial institutions: hearings before the Subcommittee

on Financial Institutions Supervision, Regulation, and

Insurance of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban

Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress,

second session, on H.R. 1367 ... H.R. 1474 ... H.R. 1945

... H.R. 2785 ... H.R. 3892 ... H.R.4280 ... H.R. 4573

... (April 16, 17, 23; and (May 14, 1986. Washington:

U.S.G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Developments in Latin American narcotics control,

(November 1985: hearing before the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress,

first session, (November 12, 1985. Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Disapproving the 1988) certification by the President

with respect to Peru under section 481(h) of the Foreign

Assistance Act of 1961: report together with dissenting

views (to accompany H.J. Res. 497 which ... was referred

jointly to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the

Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs)

(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget

Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1988). (Rept. /

100th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Disapproving the 1988) certification by the President

with respect to Bolivia under section 481(h) of the

Foreign Assistance Act of 1961: report together with

dissenting views (to accompany H.J. Res. 493 which ...

was referred jointly to the Committee on Foreign Affairs

and the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs)

(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget

Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1988). (Rept. /

100th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives

;100-61).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

European Integration, the United States, and Narcotics

Control: Rhetoric and Reality. Report of a staff study

mission to Great Britain, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and

Kenya, (January 8-26, 1990), to the House Foreign Affairs

Committee. (March, 1990).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

International Narcotics Control Act of 1986: report of

the Committee on Foreign Affairs (including cost estimate

of the Congressional Budget Office) on H. R. 5352 to

combat international narcotics trafficking. Washington:,

1986. (Report / 99th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives ; 99-798).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

International Narcotics Control Act of 1988): report

together with additional views (to accompany H.R. 4841

which ... was referred jointly to the Committee on

Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Banking, Finance, and

Urban Affairs, and the Committee on Ways and Means)

(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget

Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1988). (Rept. /

100th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Issues in United States-Panamanian antinarcotics control:

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

(June 19, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.: 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Legislation on international narcotics control: markup

before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session

on H.R. 4841, (June 15, 1988). Washington: U.S G.P.O.,

1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Legislation on international narcotics control: markup

before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

on H.R. 5352, (August 6, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,

1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Narcotics issues in the Bahamas and the Caribbean:

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, One hundredth Congress, first session,

(May 12, 1987. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Narcotics review in Central America: hearing before the

Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

One Hundredth Congress, second session, (March 10, 1988).

Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Narcotics review in the Caribbean: hearing before the

Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

One Hundredth Congress, second session, (March 9, 1988).

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Narcotics review in southeast/southwest Asia, the Middle

East, and Africa: hearing before the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, second session, (March 15, 1988). Washington:

U.S. G. P. O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Narcotics review in South America: hearing before the

Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

One Hundredth Congress, second session, (March 17 and 22,

1988). Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Nicaraguan government involvement in narcotics

trafficking: hearing before the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress,

second session, (March 11, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,

1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Recent developments in Colombia: hearing before the

Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

One Hundredth Congress, second session, (January 27,

1988). Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Review of the international narcotics control strategy

report: mid-year update: hearing before the Committee on

Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One hundredth

Congress, first session, (October 7, 1987. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Review of Latin American narcotics control issues:

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, One hundredth Congress, first session,

(March 18, 1987. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Review of United States narcotics control efforts in the

Middle East and South Asia: hearings before the Committee

on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session, (May 13 and (May

22, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Status report on GAO's worldwide review of narcotics

control programs: hearing before the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, first session, (July 29, 1987. Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs. Presidential

certifications regarding international narcotics control:

hearing and markup before the Subcommittee on Western

Hemisphere Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs,

House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second

session on H. R. 4162, H. J. Res. 491, 493, 495, 497, and

499, (March 29 and (April 13, 1988). Washington: U.S. G.

P. O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. The

role of the U.S. military in narcotics control overseas:

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

(August 5, 1986. Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. The

role of intelligence in international narcotics control:

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of

Representatives, One hundredth Congress, first session,

(May 7, 1987. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. The

worldwide drug situation and international narcotics

control programs: hearing before the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, first session, (March 5, 1987. Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. U.S.

narcotics control efforts in the Caribbean: report of a

staff study mission to the Caribbean, (August

23-(September 6, 1987 to the Committee on Foreign

Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives. Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1987. 100th Congress, 1st session.

United States. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Worldwide narcotics review of the 1988) international

narcotics control strategy report: hearing before the

Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives,

One Hundredth Congress, second session, (March 3, 1988).

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Reorganization to combat drug traffic and drug abuse:

report (to accompany H. R. 5266) (including cost

estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) .

Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. (Report / 99th

Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives; 99-786).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Agriculture Subcommittee. National narcotics law

enforcement strategy: hearing before a subcommittee of

the Committee on Government Operations, House of

Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session,

(March 31, 1988). Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Clandestine manufacturing of dangerous drugs:

thirty-third report / by the Committee on Government

Operations. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. House report /

99th Congress, 2d session ;99-570).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Coast Guard drug interdiction air operations: the case of

the faltering Falcon jet: forty-seventh report / by the

Committee on Government Operations together with

dissenting and additional views. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,

1988). (House report / 100th Congress, 2d session ;

100-628).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Going to pot: marijuana cultivation on public lands and

the federal response: twenty-seventh report / by the

Committee on Government Operations together with

additional views. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987. (House

report / 100th Congress, 1st session.

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture

Subcommittee. Initiatives in drug interdiction: hearings

before a subcommittee of the Committee on Government

Operations, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress, first session . . . . Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,

1986. Pt. I. (February 6, 7, (April 16, (May 14, and

(September 9, 1986--Pt. 2.

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture

Subcommittee. Oversight of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of

1986: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on

Government Operations, House of Representatives, One

Hundredth Congress, second session, (June 1, 2, and 3,

1988). Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture

Subcommittee. Federal antidrug abuse policies, 1987:

hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on

Government Operations, House of Representatives, One

Hundredth Congress, first session, (May 8, 21, (September

10, (October 28, and December 17, 1987. Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture

Subcommittee. The clandestine manufacture of illicit

drugs: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on

Government Operations, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, first session, (September 24, and

December 5, 1985. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Just saying no is not enough: HUD's inadequate response

to the drug crisis in public housing: forty-eighth report

/ by the Committee on Government Operations. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1988). (House report / 100th Congress, 2d

session ; 100-702).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

Operation Alliance: drug interdiction on the Southwest

border: forty-fourth report / by the Committee on

Government Operations. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,1988).

(House report / 100th Congress, 2d session ; 100-562).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

The National Drug Policy Board: a failure in the war on

drugs: twelfth report / by the Committee on Government

Operations, together with additional views. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1987. (House report / 100th Congress, 1st

session ; 100-184).

United States. House. Committee on Government Operations.

The National Drug Policy Board: fighting the war without

a battle plan: sixty-eighth report / by the Committee on

Government Operations together with additional views.

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988). (House report / 100th

Congress, 2d session ; 100-1063).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation.

Zero tolerance drug Policy and confiscation of property:

hearing before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and

Navigation of the Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, second session... (May 26, 1988). Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation.

Coast Guard drug activities: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation of the

Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of

Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session,

on H.R. 4230, H.R.4446, H.R. 4608, and H.R. 4658, bills

to enforce drug laws, to curtail the flow of drugs into

the United States, and promote a drug free America, (June

15,1988). Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Subcommittee on Panama Canal/Outer Continental

Shelf. Update on Panama situation: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Panama Canal/Outer Continental Shelf of

the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of

Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session .

. . (March 10 and (April 20, 1988). Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation.

Coast Guard oversight: hearings before the Subcommittee

on Coast Guard and Navigation of the Committee on

Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, first session. Washington:

U.S.G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Coast Guard Drug Interdiction and Law

Enforcement Act of 1986: report (to accompany H.R. 5406)

(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget

Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. (Rept. /

99th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives

;99-973).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Coast Guard Drug Enforcement Act of 1988):

report together with dissenting views (to accompany H. R.

4658) (including cost estimate of the Congressional

Budget Office) . Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

(Rept. / 100th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives ;100-814).

United States. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and

Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation.

Coast Guard drug interdiction: hearings before the

Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation of the

Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of

Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session,

on H.R. 10371 and H.R. 10698 .... Washington: U.S. Govt.

Print. Off., 1978.

United States. House. Committee on Public Works and

Transportation. FAA's role in aviation drug enforcement:

hearing before the Committee on Public Works and

Transportation, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, second session, (June 8, 1988). Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Public Works and

Transportation. Federal Aviation Administration Drug

Enforcement Assistance Act of 1988): report (to accompany

H.R. 4844) (including cost estimate of the Congressional

Budget Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

(Report / 100th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives ; 100-891) Caption title.: 88-576-P.

(September 7, 1988).

United States. House. Committee on Rules. Providing for

the consideration of H. R. 5484: report (to accompany H.

Res. 541) . Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. (Report

/ 99th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives ;

99-810).

United States. House. Committee on Rules. Providing for

the establishment of the Select Committee on Hunger, the

Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, and

the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control:

report together with minority views (to accompany H. R.

26). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1987. (Report / 100th

Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives ; 100-1).

United States. House. Committee on Small Business.

Subcommittee on Regulation and Business Opportunities.

Impact of clandestine drug laboratories on small

business: hearing before the Subcommittee on Regulation

and Business Opportunities of the Committee on Small

Business, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, second session, Eugene, OR, (May 13, 1988).

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on the District of

Columbia. Subcommittee on Fiscal Affairs and Health.

National capital area--drug trafficking: joint oversight

hearing before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Affairs and

Health of the Committee on the District of Columbia and

the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control,

House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second

session on interstate drug trafficking in the Washington

Metropolitan Area, (April 20, 1988). Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on the District of

Columbia. Subcommittee on Judiciary and Education. Drug

problem in schools and colleges: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Judiciary and Education of the Committee

on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session . . . (September

23, 1986. Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Designer Drug Enforcement Act of 1986: report (to

accompany H. R. 5246 . . . was referred jointly to the

Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Energy

and Commerce) (including cost estimate of the

Congressional Budget Office) . Washington, D.C.: U.S.

G.P.O., 1986. (Rept. / 99th Congress, 2d session, House

of Representatives ;99-848, pt. 1).

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Drug

Enforcement Enhancement Act of 1986: report (to accompany

H. R. 5393) (including cost estimate of the Congressional

Budget Office) . Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

(Report / 99th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Federal

Firearms Law Reform Act of 1986: report together with

additional views (to accompany H. R. 4332) (including

cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) .

Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. (Report / 99th

Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives ; 99-495).

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Narcotics Penalties and Enforcement Act of 1986: report

together with additional views (to accompany H.R. 5394

... referred jointly to the Committees on the Judiciary

and Energy and Commerce) (including cost estimate of the

Congressional Budget Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S.

G.P.O., 1986. (Rept. / 99th Congress, 2d session, House

of Representatives ; 99-845, pt. 1).

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. White House Conference on

Narcotics Abuse and Control: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary,

House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second

session, on H. J. Res. 631 . . . (July 24, 1986.

Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Designer drugs: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary,

House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first

session,on H.R. 214, H.R. 2977, H.R. 3936, and S. 1437,

(May 1, 1986. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Drug Enforcement Administration

reauthorization for fiscal year 1986: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary,

House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first

session ... (May 1, 1985. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Armed career criminal legislation:

hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee

on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress, second session, on H.R. 4639 and H.R. 4768 ...

(May 21, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Military cooperation with civilian

law enforcement: hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime

of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session ...

(April 24, 1985. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Drug enforcement: hearing before

the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the

Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress, second session, on H.R. 526 and related bills

... (August 7, 1986. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Committee on the District of

Columbia. Subcommittee on Judiciary and Education. Drug

problem in schools and colleges: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Judiciary and Education of the Committee

on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session ... (September 23,

1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Drug Enforcement Administration

reauthorization for fiscal year 1986: hearing before the

Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary,

House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first

session . . . (May 1, 1985. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.,

1986.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. State and local law enforcement

assistance provisions of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986:

hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee

on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One hundredth

Congress, first session, on H.R. 1411 ... (April 1, 1987.

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subcommittee on Crime. Forfeiture portions of the

Comprehensive Crime Bill and the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of

1986: hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime of the

Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One

Hundredth Congress, first session ...(March 9, 1987.

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Committee on the Judiciary. White

House Conference on Drug Abuse and Control Resolution of

1986: report (to accompany H.J. Res. 631 ... was referred

jointly to the Committee on the Judiciary, the Committee

on Foreign Affairs, and the Committee on Energy and

Commerce) (including cost estimate of the Congressional

Budget Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

(Rept. / 99th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives ;99-846, pt. 1).

United States. House. Committee on Ways and Means.

International Drug Traffic Enforcement Act: report

together with dissenting views (to accompany H.R. 5410)

(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget

Office). Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. (Report /

99th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives.

United States. House. Committee on Ways and Means.

Subcommittee on Trade. International Drug Enforcement

Act: hearing before the Subcommittee on Trade of the

Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session on H. R. 5310 . . .

(August 5, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Judiciary Committee. Military

Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Officials:

hearing before Subcommittee on Crime, (July 23, 1983.

Serial No. 141.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug trafficking and abuse along the

southwest border (El Paso): hearing before the Select

Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

(January 13, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug abuse and drug trafficking in New

England: a report of the Select Committee on Narcotics

Abuse and Control, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session.

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986. Committee print. 99th

Congress, 2d session.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Study mission to Korea, Thailand, Burma,

Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Hawaii (January

14-25, 1988): report of the Select Committee on Narcotics

Abuse and Control, One Hundredth Congress, second

session. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988). 100th Congress,

2d session. House of Representatives.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug interdiction: hearing before the Select

Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of

Representatives, One hundredth Congress, first session,

(April 30, 1987. Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1987.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug trafficking and abuse along the

southwest border (San Diego): hearing before the Select

Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

(January 16, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug abuse treatment and prevention

provisions of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986: hearing

before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and

Control, House of Representatives, One hundredth

Congress, first session, (March 11, 1987. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Issues relating to drug trafficking in the

New Jersey area: hearing before the Select Committee on

Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session, Friday, (April 11,

1986. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug abuse prevention in America's schools:

hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control, House of Representatives, One hundredth

Congress, first session, Tuesday, (June 9, 1987.

Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug trafficking and abuse along the

southwest border (El Paso): hearing before the Select

Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of

Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

(January 13, 1986. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Narcotics control in Mexico: hearing before

the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control,

House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, first

session, (August 5, 1987. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Strategy report of New York City Narcotics

Control Task Force: report of the Select Committee on

Narcotics Abuse and Control, One hundredth Congress,

first session. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987. 100th

Congress, 1st session. House of Representatives.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Sports and drug abuse prevention: hearing

before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and

Control, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

Congress, first session, (September 10, 1987. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1988).

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Panama: hearing before the Select Committee

on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of Representatives,

Ninety-ninth Congress, second session, (June 19, 1986.

Washington: U.S. G. P. O., 1987.

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and Control. Southwest border hearings: El Paso,

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trip report: Nogales--Mexico City--Culiac n (January

12-19, 1986): a report of the Select Committee on

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Trafficking and abuse of crack in New York

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Abuse and Control, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress, second session, (July 18, 1986. Washington:

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. The crack cocaine crisis: joint hearing

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Control, House of Representatives and the Select

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and Control. Drug abuse education: hearing before the

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and Control. Drug abuse and drug trafficking along the

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Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Implementation of provisions of the

Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986: hearing before the Select

Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of

Representatives, One hundredth Congress, first session,

(February 26, 1987. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1987.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. National Drug Policy Board strategy plans:

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and Control, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

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and Control. Narcotics trafficking and abuse in the Los

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug abuse prevention in America's schools:

hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control, House of Representatives, One Hundredth

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and Control. The federal war on drugs; past, present, and

future: hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Cocaine abuse and the federal response:

hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress,first session, Tuesday, (July 16, 1985.

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. International narcotics control: provisions

of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986 and budget decision

making: hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics

Abuse and Control, House of Representatives, One

hundredth Congress, first session, (March 25, 1987.

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Heroin and cocaine trafficking and the

relationship between intravenous drug use and AIDS (New

York): hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics

Abuse and Control, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

Congress, first session, (November 26, 1985. Washington:

U.S. G.P.O., 1986.

United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Drug abuse and drug trafficking in Chicago:

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and Control, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. U.S. narcotics control efforts in Mexico and

on the Southwest border: hearing before the Select

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Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session,

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Colombian drug trafficking and control:

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and Control, House of Representatives, One hundredth

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G. P. O., 1987.

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and Control. Drugs and dropouts: a report of the Select

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Committee print. 99th Congress, 2d session, House of

Representatives.

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and Control. Cocaine and marihuana trafficking in

southeastern United States: hearings before the Select

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Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session,

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and Control. Study mission report, US congressional

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United States. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control. Intravenous drug use and AIDS: the impact on

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and Control. Drug abuse and drug trafficking in the

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and Control. Latin American study missions concerning

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and Control. Drug abuse and drug trafficking in New

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