Can the Caravan of Peace End the War on Drugs?

by Tom Hayden
Published in the Nation magazine on August 7, 2012

A new peace movement to end the US-sponsored drug war begins with buses rolling and feet marching from the Tijuana–San Diego border on August 12 through twenty-five US cities to Washington, DC, in September. (for the rest of this piece, click here).

Weird that this Caravan (or this article) would give billing to the Washington Office on Latin America after their role facilitating the expansion of Bush’s War on Drugs and their running interference for the Obama/Clinton policy supporting the Honduras Coup. But good that it is happening; if only groups like WOLA listen and change their policies in support of USG funding of security forces in Mexico.

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