The Latin American Narcotics Trade and U.S. National Security

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About the Contributors
Bruce M. Bagley, Associate Professor of International Studies, University of Miami; received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of numerous studies on Colombia and on the narcotics trade.
Richard Craig, Professor of Political Science, Kent State University, earned his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Missouri. He has published extensively on U.S.-Mexican narcotics diplomacy.
Samuel del Villar, Doctor of Juridical Science from Harvard University, is a research professor at El Colegio de Mexico and a former legal adviser to President Miguel de la Madrid. He is the foremost auhtority on Mexican-U.S. narcotics diplomacy.
Douglas Clark Kinder, historian from Ohio University writes on the career of Harry J. Anslinger, former head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics.
Rensselaer W. Lee III, President, Global Advisory Services, earned his Ph.D. in political science and history at Stanford. A consultant on narcotics policy for the U.S. government, he has published numerous scholarly articles on the drug trade.
Donald J. Mabry, Professor of History, Mississippi State University, earned his Ph.D. in history from Syracuse University. A senior fellow of the Center for International Security and Strategic Studies at Mississippi State, he has published extensively on contemporary Mexican politics and on the narcotics trade.
Raphael Perl, specialist in international narcotics policy for the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress, received his law degree from Georgetown University. His published works include both reports to Congress and scholarly articles.
José Luis Reyna, professor in El Colegio de Mexico, earned his Ph.D. in

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