Sendero Luminoso and the Threat of Narcoterrorism

By Gabriela Tarazona-Sevillano; John B. Reuter | Go to book overview

Acknowledgments

This book would not have been possible without the assistance of friends and colleagues. I thank the staff of Davidson College for providing me with initial support -- especially John R. Brockway for his constant help and Jack Perry for his precise and keen counsel in delicate matters. I also owe special thanks to David Long and Robert Jones for their wise advice and support during this project and to John Reuter and Wes Hofferbert for their assistance in preparing the manuscript.

I thank my father in Peru -- Dr. Pedro R. Tarazona -- as well as friends in the Peruvian judicial system who provided invaluable assistance. And I am grateful to Ana Maria Bromley, Superior Criminal Affairs judge, Court of El Callao; Juan Malca Pérez, attorney at the Lima Prosecutor's office; officials in the Ministry of Interior who granted access to unpublished data in the development of the Sendero phenomenon; and my sister Ethel for her valuable research assistance in Peru.

This manuscript has been made possible by a fellowship grant from the Earhart Foundation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and by a faculty research grant from Davidson College.

Finally, my appreciation goes to my husband Aldo for his help, care, and encouragement during the realization of this project.

All errors of interpretation are mine alone.

-xiii-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • About the Author xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Summary xv
  • 1 - Historical Background 1
  • 2 - Ideology and Goals 10
  • 3 - Strategy: Achieving the New Democratic Republic 29
  • 4 - Organization 55
  • 5 - Government Response 79
  • 6 - Narcoterrorism 99
  • 7 - Conclusion 133
  • Notes 140
  • Index 163
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