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The world has watched stunned at the bloodshed in Mexico Thirty thousand murdered since 2006 police chiefs shot within hours of taking office mass graves comparable to those of civil wars car bombs shattering storefronts headless corpses heaped in town squares And it is all because a few Americans are getting high Or is it? The United States throws Black Hawk helicopters and drug agents at the problem But in secret Washington is confused and divided about what to do Who are these mysterious figures tearing Mexico apart? they wonder What is El Narco? El Narco draws the first definitive portrait of Mexico's drug cartels and how they have radically transformed in the last decade El Narco is not a gang it is a movement and an industry drawing in hundreds of thousands from bullet ridden barrios to marijuana growing mountains And it has created paramilitary death squads with tens of thousands of men at arms from Guatemala to the Texas border Journalist Ioan Grillo has spent a decade in Mexico reporting on the drug wars from the front lines This piercing book joins testimonies from inside the cartels with firsthand dispatches and unsparing analysis The devastation may be south of the Rio Grande El Narco shows but America is knee deep in this conflict


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    Is this the most beautifully crafted writing about Mexico's drug war? no For that it would be better to seek out Charles Bowden or John Gibler It is however the most complete and well synthesized history of the Mexican drug trade available in the English language And I will say this distinction is all about sources Ioan Grillo has clearly read all of the most important works of the fearless Mexican journalists who cover the Mexican drug trade while also undertaking a substantial amount of fieldwork in drug producing and trafficking regions of Mexico Compared to the other major work released recently The Cartel there is a night and day sort of contrast when it comes to sources Grillo's are impeccable and include working closely some of the bravest journalists on earth while Longmire's is invested in policy documents and accounts from North of the border Most impressive though is that Grillo manages to make sense of the bloodshed than just about anyone I've come across which is no small feat After all one of the major themes running through the literature of the drug war is the utter confusion of the observer Grillo manages to make economic sense of the trade politics and violence than most accounts More impressive is that he was able to tie a lot of this information together before Anabel Hernandez's landmark work Los senores del narco was released Perhaps the factor of being an outsider from both the American and Mexican sides of the trade allows Grillo a better perspective on the mess