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COCA AND COCAINE COCA AND COCAINE Effects on People and Policy in Latin America (CULTURAL SURVIVAL REPORT 23)

COCA AND COCAINE COCA AND COCAINE Effects on People and Policy in Latin America (CULTURAL SURVIVAL REPORT 23)

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Proceedings of the Conference
The Coca Leaf and Its Derivatives-Biology, Society and Policy
Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program (LASP), Cornell University April 25-26, 1985
Co-published by Cultural Survival, Inc. and LASP
CONTENTS
Foreword. 1
Introduction..
Coca Chewing and the Botanical Origins of Coca (Erythroxylum spp.) in South America...... Timothy Plowman 5
Coca and Cultural Identity in Andean Communities..... Catherine Allen 35
Notes on Pre-Columbian Cultivation of Coca Leaf........ John Murra 49
Coca Production in the Bolivian Yungas in the Colonial and Early National Periods.......................... Herbert S. Klein 53
The International Narcotics Control System: Coca and Cocaine..... John T. Cusack 65
The Foreign Politics of Cocaine: Comments on a Plan to Eradicate ........................... David L. Strug 73
The Colombian Connection: The Impact of Drug Traffic .................................... Bruce Bagley 89
The Boom Within the Crisis: Some Recent Effects of ..... Kevin Healy 101
Foreign Cocaine Markets on Bolivian Rural Society and Economy the Coca Leaf in Peru
on Colombia.
From Coca to Cocaine: The Political and Economic Implications
for Tribal Amazonian Indians........... Theodore Macdonald, Jr. 1
Proceedings of the Conference
The Coca Leaf and Its Derivatives-Biology, Society and Policy
Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program (LASP), Cornell University April 25-26, 1985
Co-published by Cultural Survival, Inc. and LASP
CONTENTS
Foreword. 1
Introduction..
Coca Chewing and the Botanical Origins of Coca (Erythroxylum spp.) in South America...... Timothy Plowman 5
Coca and Cultural Identity in Andean Communities..... Catherine Allen 35
Notes on Pre-Columbian Cultivation of Coca Leaf........ John Murra 49
Coca Production in the Bolivian Yungas in the Colonial and Early National Periods.......................... Herbert S. Klein 53
The International Narcotics Control System: Coca and Cocaine..... John T. Cusack 65
The Foreign Politics of Cocaine: Comments on a Plan to Eradicate ........................... David L. Strug 73
The Colombian Connection: The Impact of Drug Traffic .................................... Bruce Bagley 89
The Boom Within the Crisis: Some Recent Effects of ..... Kevin Healy 101
Foreign Cocaine Markets on Bolivian Rural Society and Economy the Coca Leaf in Peru
on Colombia.
From Coca to Cocaine: The Political and Economic Implications
for Tribal Amazonian Indians........... Theodore Macdonald, Jr. 1

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CULTURALSURVIVAL
REPORT23
COCA
ANDCOCAINE
Effects
onPeople
and
Policy
inLatin
Atiaerica
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Cultural
Survival
isa
non-profit
organizationfounded
in
1972.
It is
concernedwith
the
fate
of
ethnicminoritiesand
indigenous
people
throughout
the
world.
Some
of
these
groups
face
ph',sical
extinction,
fortheyare
seen
as
impediments
to
"development"or
"progress".
For
others
the
destruction
is
moresubtle.
Ifthey
are
not
annihilated
or
swallowedup
by
the
governinggroup,
theyare
often
decimated
bynewly
introduced
diseases
and
deniedtheir
self-determination.They
normally
ar2
deprived
of
theirlands
and
their
means
of
livelihoodandforced
to
adapt
to
a
dominant
society,
whose
languagetheymay
notspeak,
without
possessingthe
educational,
techni
cal,
orother
skills
necessary
to
make
suchan
adaptation.
Theythereforeare
likely
to
experience
permanentpoverty,
political
marginalityand
cultural
alienation.CulturalSurvival
is
thusconcerned
with
humanrights
issues
related
to
economic
development.The
organization
searches
for
alternativesolutions
and
worksto
put
those
solutions
into
effect.
This
involves
documenting
the
destructive
aspects
of
certaintypes
of
development
and
describing
alterna
tive,
culturallysensitivedevelopment
projects.
Publications,
suchas
Cul
tural
Survival
Quarterly,
and
the
Special
Reports,
as
well
as
this
Cultural
Survival
Report
series,
formerlyknown
as
Occasional
Paper
series,
are
de
signed
to
satisfy
thisneed.
All
papers
are
intendedfor
a
general
public
as
well
as
for
specialized
readers,
in
the
hope
that
the
reports
will
provide
basic
informati,
n
as
well
as
research
documentsfor
professional
work.
Cultural
SurvivalQuarterly,
first
published
as
Cultural
Survival
Newsletter
from
1976
until
1981,
documents
urgent
problems
facing
ethnic
mi
norities
and
indigenouspeoples
throughout
the
world
andpublicizesviolent
infringements
of
humanrights
as
well
as
more
subtlebut
equally
disruptive
processes.
Quarterly
articles,however,
are
necessarily
brief.From
1979
to
1982,
Cultural
Survival
published
Special
Reports.Thesebroadreports
ranged
fromstudies
of
the
situation
of
ethnic
minorities
andindigenouspeoples
in
a
single
area
to
analyses
of
general
problems
facing
such
groups.
The
CulturalSurvivalReport
series,
first
published
as
the
Occasional
Pa
per
series
from
1980
until
1985,
fills
the
need
for
specialized
rionographs
that
exceed
acceptable
lengthfor
the
Quarterly.
Each
paper
concentrates
on
anurgent
situationprecipitated
by
policies
or
activities
adverselyaffecting
indigenouspeoples.
Planned
to
influencepolicy
as
well
as
to
informread
ers,
Cultural
Survival
Reportsacceptedforpublicationare
printed
immediatelyandsold
at
cost.
CulturalSurvival
also
publishes
theresults
of
staff
research,
non-staff
in
vestigationssponsored
by
Cultural
Survival
andproject
evaluations
as
Cul
turalSurvival
Reports.
Individuals
are
invited
to
submit
manuscriptsor
in
quiriesconcerning
manuscripts.
The
latter
should
include
an
outline,
syn
opsis
or
table
of
contents.Manuscripts
or
inquiries
should
be
sentto:
Jason
Clay,
Editor,
CulturalSurvival,
Inc.,
11
DivinityAvenue,Cambridge,
MA
02138,617-495-2562.
 
COCA
AND
COCAINE
Effects
onPeople
and
Policy
inLatin
America
Deborah
Pacini
and
ChristineFranquemont
Editors
Proceedings
of
the
Conference
The
Coca
Leaf
and
Its
Derivatives-Biology,
Society
and
Policy
Sponsored
by
theLatin
AmericanStudies
Program
(LASP),
CornellUniversity
April
25-26,
1985
Co-published
by
Cultural
Survival,
Inc.
and
LASP

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