People and Ecosystems in Colombia: Casualties of the Drug War
By Sarah Peterson
This article appeared in the Winter 2002 issue of The Independent Review

More than 10 years of fumigation have failed to slow the increase in Colombian coca production. Despite or because of this failure, U.S. policymakers have escalated the drug war in Colombia, much to the detriment of Colombians’ liberties, health and environment.

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