The geography of illegal drugs

@inproceedings{Rengert1998TheGO,
  title={The geography of illegal drugs},
  author={George F. Rengert},
  year={1998}
}
This useful and readable compendium gives a fascinating account of how illegal drugs are transported into and around the United States and throughout its neighborhoods. Criminologist and geographer George F. Rengert takes a unique approach to the problem of illegal drug distribution and U.S. drug markets. Using maps and charts to illustrate his findings, Rengert applies spatial diffusion models to the illegal drug trade and explains why certain drugs are transported and found in different parts… CONTINUE READING

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