Honest Drugs

Larsen, Josh
March 2001
American Enterprise;Mar2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p51
Focuses on the motion picture `Traffic,' which uncovered the illegal drug trade in Mexico. Actors featured in the movie; Social relevance of the movie; Importance of the film to governmental and private anti-narcotics groups.


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