Weapons, Drugs, and Money: Crime, Corruption, and Community Based Liberation in the US/Mexico Neoliberal Military Political Economy (Paperback)

Weapons, Drugs, and Money: Crime, Corruption, and Community Based Liberation in the US/Mexico Neoliberal Military Political Economy By Simón Sedillo, Carolina Saldaña (Editor), Samara Almonte (Editor) Cover Image

Weapons, Drugs, and Money: Crime, Corruption, and Community Based Liberation in the US/Mexico Neoliberal Military Political Economy (Paperback)

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Weapons, Drugs, and Money is a creative non-fiction political economy and geopolitics textbook, which was written in such a way, so as to be as accessible to academics as it is to non academic community organizers. The purposes of the book are to first: take an in-depth historical and contemporary look at crime and corruption in the US/Mexico military political economy, second: to demystify our understanding of neoliberalism, and third: to look at some specific examples of grass roots liberation in Mexico through community based self determination, self defense, and autonomy.

Product Details ISBN: 9798985377606
Publisher: Simon Sedillo
Publication Date: August 7th, 2022
Pages: 362
Language: English