1. William Stockton, “México’s Battle Against Drugs: Strong Obstacles Described,” New York Times, May 17, 1986.

  2. William Stockton, “In Drug Capital of México , Top Suspect is the Governor,” New York Times, May 22, 1986.

  3. Alan Riding, “Heroin Traffic in Mexican City Brings Violence,” New York Times, December 28, 1976.

  4. “El Narcotráfico es Pilar de la Economía en Sinaloa," El Libertario, September, 1986.

  5. The Hesperian Foundation, “Women Unite to Overcome Drunkenness,” Newsletter from the Sierra Madre, No. 14, January, 1982.

  6. Salvador Corro, “El gobierno de Toledo Corro fue la ‘larga noche’ del delito y empobrecimiento,” Proceso, January, 1987.

  7. Nancy Cooper, “México ’s ‘Crazy Pig’- Questions of Trust in the War on Drug Traffickers,” Newsweek, August 4, 1986.

  8. Alan Riding, Distant Neighbors, Knopf Press, 1984.

  9. Joel Brinkley, “México & Narcotics Traffic: Growing Strain on U.S. Relations,” New York Times, October 20, 1986.

  10. William Orme, Jr., “U.S. Envoy Predicts More Arrests in México Gavin says Police ‘housecleaning’ needed;” Washington Post, March 15, 1985.

  11. Vincent J. Schodolski and John Crewdson, “Mexican Drug Flow Borders on Official Corruption,” Chicago Tribune, December 19, 1986.

  12. Mary Thornton, “Suspect in DEA Slaying Said to Live Well in México,” Washington Post, February 27, 1986.

  13. John Fialka, “How the Mexican Trail in Drug Agent’s Death Yields Cache of ‘Crack’.” Wall Street Journal, November 20, 1986.

  14. John Fialka, “Death of U.S. Agent in México Drug Case Uncovers Grid of Graft,” Wall Street Journal, November 19, 1986.

  15. William Stockton, “Despite Crackdown, Corruption Persists in México,” New York Times, October 25, 1986.

  16. Dan Williams, “Drugs: New ‘El Dorado’ in Sinaloa,” Los Angeles Times, June 28, 1986.

  17. Joel Brinkley, “Narcotics Output Soars in México, U.S. Report Says,” New York Times, October 23, 1986.

  18. U.S. House of Representatives, The Visit to México, A Report of the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, January 12-19, 1986

  19. Ronald Soble, “Border Town’s Bustle Linked to Drug Traffic,” Los Angeles Times, December 16, 1985.

  20. Nicholas Lemann, “Biggies, Bureaucrats and the World Drug Trade” -A review of The Underground Empire by James Mills, New York Times Book Review, June 29, 1986.

  21. U.S. House of Representatives, “United States-Mexican Cooperation in Narcotics Control Efforts,” Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, 99th Congress, second session, July 17, 1986.

  22. Don Shannon, “U.S. Aide Links México Governor to Drug Crops Customs Chief Calls Nation’s Graft So Pervasive that He Presumes Any Official to be Dishonest,” Los Angeles Times, May 14, 1986.

  23. “‘Strong Protest’ to U.S.,” New York Times, May 15, 1986.

  24. Joel Brinkley, “U.S. Aides Harshly Assail México on Drugs, Immigration and Graft,” New York Times, May 14, 1986.

  25. William Stockton, “Angry Mexicans say U.S. Criticism Imperils Ties,” New York Times, May 15, 1986.

  26. Craig Pyes and Laurie Becklund, “Inside Dope in El Salvador,” The New Republic, April 15, 1985.

  27. Phil Primack, “One Way Traffic,” The Nation, June 1, 1985.

  28. Dennis Volman, “México’s drug overlords capture nation’s imagination,” Christian Science Monitor, April 22, 1985.

  29. The Hunger Project, “Third World Debt—How it Happened,” World Development Forum, January 15, 1987.

  30. Olusegun Obasanjo, “Debt and Drugs in the Third World”, New York Times, April 15, 1987.

  31. Jack Anderson, “Politics Dilute Anti-Corruption Effort in México,” Washington Post, August 24, 1984.

  32. William Stockton, “Hard Hit México Tries to Cope; New York Times, October 23, 1986.

  33. Pete Hamill, “The Capital of Calamity,” Village Voice, March 4, 1986.

  34. “México Trembles on the Edge of a Nightmare,” Utne Reader, June/July, 1986.

  35. Vincent Schodolski and John Crewdson, “Prickly Ties with México Uncertain U.S. policy escalates tensions to new high,” Chicago Tribune, December 21, 1986.

  36. Pico Iyer, “Dead Men Don’t Pay Up,” Time, June 23, 1986.

  37. United Nations, UN International Trade Statistics Yearbook, New York, 1987.

  38. Encyclopedia Americana, “México ;” Volume 18, Grolier Inc., Danbury, Connecticut, 1985.

  39. Neil MacDonald, “Snorting Disaster;” The New Internationalist, July, 1987.

  40. Leslie Maitland Werner, “Meese Doesn’t Favor Sanctions on Lands that Produce Drugs,” New York Times, May 14, 1986.

  41. Barbara Crossette, “Thais Say Laos Steps Up Marijuana Growing,” New York Times, July 11, 1987.

  42. Gabriel Molina, “Covert CIA Operations in Countries Where There Have Been Revolutions Have Led to Chinese, Vietnamese, Russian, and Cuban Drug Mafias; " Granma (Havana), April 19, 1987.

  43. Christopher Hitchens, “Minority Report,” The Nation, April 25, 1987.

  44. Arthur Bonner, “Afghan Rebels' Victory Garden: Opium,” New York Times, June 18, 1986.

  45. The Christic Institute, “Affidavit of Daniel P. Sheehan,” 1987, The Christic Institute, 1324 N. Capital St., NW, Washington D.C., 20002, (202) 797-8106.

  46. Philip Shenon, “U.S. Investigating Reports of Drug Crimes by Noriega,” New York Times, August 5, 1987.

  47. Daniel P. Sheehan, “Iran/Contra: The Story Behind the Scandal,” The Christic Institute, Forum West, talk on videocassette.

  48. Murray Waas, “Memo Urged Iran Panels to Absolve Contras of Drug Charges,” The Boston Globe, August 5, 1987.

  49. Stephen Engelberg, “Casey Didn’t Heed Warning on Deals, Iran Panel Hears;” New York Times, August 26, 1987.

  50. Max Gordon, “Law or the Jungle,” The Nation, May 23, 1987.

  51. Keith Schneider, “A Liberal Group Makes Waves with its Contra Lawsuit,” New York Times, July 20, 1987.

  52. John Stockwell, “The Secret Wars of the CIA,” World Affairs Conference at the University of Colorado, April 8, 1987. (taped speech)

  53. Jeff Gerth, “México Drug Profits Flowing to U.S,” New York Times, June 3, 1986.

  54. Scott Armstrong, “Drug smugglers shift to Southwest border-surge in heroin traffic linked to flagging Mexican economy,” Christian Science Monitor, January 23, 1986.

  55. Michael A. Hiltzik, “Citicorp Move May Push Big Banks to Boost Loan-Loss Reserves,” Los Angeles Times, May 21, 1987.

  56. Victor F. Zonana, “B of A Loan Loss Reserves May Be Boosted, Chief Says,” Los Angeles Times, May 29, 1987.

  57. Philip Shabecoff, “U.N. Report Says World Faces Ecologic, Economic Disaster,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 27, 1987.

  58. Paul Lewis, “U.S. Boycotting a U.N. Parley on Development,” New York Times, August 22, 1987.