Summary: Morales, born in a mountain village, grew up speaking Spanish and Quechua (the native highland dialect), and was educated in the US (Ph.D. sociology, CUNY). He reports his first-hand interviews with growers and dealer. His conviction is that Peruvians will not stop the trade, that US efforts are futile in Peru. A unique intimate view of the people and society of the coca trade. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OREdition/Copyright: 89
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