What Would It Look Like If We Cared About Narcotics Trafficking? An Argument to Attack Narcotics Capital Rather than Labor

@article{Osler2011WhatWI,
  title={What Would It Look Like If We Cared About Narcotics Trafficking? An Argument to Attack Narcotics Capital Rather than Labor},
  author={Mark William Osler},
  journal={University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) Legal Studies Research Paper Series},
  year={2011}
}
  • M. Osler
  • Published 31 March 2011
  • Economics
  • University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) Legal Studies Research Paper Series
As the failure of the “War on Drugs” becomes ever more obvious, alternative strategies are coming to the fore. This article adds to that movement with a novel suggestion: That we cause drug networks to fail as a business through the tactic of focusing resources on the seizure of cash flow traveling back to source countries.To date, federal narcotics interdiction has centered on restricting the labor supply to drug traffickers by incarcerating street dealers, mules, and middle managers. It… 
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