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Title Coca, cocaine, and the Bolivian reality / edited by Madeline Barbara Léons and Harry Sanabria
Published Albany : State University of New York Press, [1997]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 310 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Coca and cocaine in Bolivia : reality and policy illusion / Madeline Barbara Léons and Harry Sanabria -- Coca field as a total social fact / Alison L. Spedding -- Coca, cash, and cloth in Highland Bolivia : the Chapare transformations in a "traditional" Andean textile economy / Elayne Zorn -- Coca debate and Yungas landowners during the first half of the 20th century / Ana María Lema -- Cocataki, taki-coca : trade, traffic, and organized peasant resistance in the Yungas of Le Paz / Alison L. Spedding -- After the boom : income decline, eradication, and alternative development in the Yungas / Madeline Barbara Léons -- Discourse and practice of repression and resistance in the Chapare / Harry Sanabria -- Informal and illicit economies and the role of narcotrafficking / Carlos F. Toranzo Roca -- Environmental problems of coca cultivation / Hans Salm and Máximo Liberman -- Coca-cocaine issue in Bolivia : a political resource for all seasons / Kevin Healy -- Fighting drugs in Bolivia : United States and Bolivian perceptions at odds / Eduardo A. Gamarra -- Social impacts associated with Antidrug Law 1008 / Linda Farthing
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-298) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Coca industry -- Bolivia.
Cocaine industry -- Bolivia.
Drug traffic -- Bolivia.
Form Electronic book
Author Léons, Madeline Barbara.
Sanabria, Harry.
ISBN 0585075700 (electronic bk.)
9780585075709 (electronic bk.)