From the March/April issue of Foreign Policy, Sam Quinones lays out some of the dire and growing consequences in hideous violence and corruption in Mexico of the U.S. (and, alas, international) war on some drugs–and how those consequences are now crossing the border to Phoenix. Alas, unlike the Latin American leaders in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, Quinones doesn't even think to mention drug law reform as a possible solution.
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