“From Whence It Came”: Rethinking the Federal Role When Discussing the War on Drugs

Editor’s Note: Today’s post comes from Matthew June, a PhD candidate at Northwestern University. June’s current work studies the sources of federal power to prosecute national drug laws. The United States has a massive prison problem. As more attention has been drawn to this stark reality, it has become equally clear that there are noContinue reading ““From Whence It Came”: Rethinking the Federal Role When Discussing the War on Drugs”

El Chapo Guzmán (beta, 1.0) – Prison Escape and Drug Smuggling in the Early 20th Century

It’s no secret that Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the world’s most wanted drug cartel kingpin, was recently recaptured and imprisoned in Mexico. After all, between his two previous high profile prison escapes and a recently published interview with Sean Penn in Rolling Stone magazine, El Chapo has frequently been front and center in the nationalContinue reading “El Chapo Guzmán (beta, 1.0) – Prison Escape and Drug Smuggling in the Early 20th Century”

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