Gootenberg, Professor of History, State University of New York, Stony Brook, examines the early cocaine smuggling class, which came together across a vast expanse of shifting geographies, and, as they invented and shared new tools of the trade, represented a new form of pan-American "networking,” as well as cocaine's new transnational geographies pertaining to the "cold-war" history of the Americas.moreless
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