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D.262 “Washington and the Politics of Drugs.” Variant 2, 11 (Summer 2000), 3-6. Cf. D.191.

Transcript of remarks at The Independent Policy Forum, “The War on Drugs: Who Is Winning? Who Is Losing? Oakland, CA, June 21, 2000.

D.258 “What Will Congress Do About New CIA-Drug Revelations?” San Francisco Chronicle, June 19, 2000, A19.

D.250 [A review of Dark Alliance, by Gary Webb.] “The CIA and Drugs: Reporter Tries to Set the Record Straight.” Prevailing Winds,” 6 [Fall 1999], 12-13. A reprint of D.224a.

C.40 Alfred W. McCoy and Alan A. Block. War on Drugs: Studies in the Failure of U.S. Narcotics Programs. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1992. Contains “How the U.S. Government Has Augmented America’s Drug Crisis” (pp. 125-77). An expansion of D.158.

Open Letter to Nancy Pelosi About HPSCI Report on Gary Webb Allegations.

D.208 The CIA, Drugs, the Ghetto — and the Media Whitewash.

Speech at CIA Drugs Symposium, Eugene Oregon, June 10, 2000.

[  Excerpt on Drug Traffic from Poem Minding the Darkness  ]

D.201A “:Professor P.D. Scott attacks the Washington Post for Misleading Readers.”: Washington Weekly, October 28, 1996.

D.203 “The CIA and Drug-Trafficking by Contra Supporters.” Prevailing Winds (Santa Barbara, CA), 4 [Fall 1996], 6-8.

“The Official Story: What the Government Has Admitted About CIA Ties to Drug Dealers.” An Analysis by Peter Dale Scott. Introduction and Editing by Martha Honey.

VIDEOFull Logic Reverse: Peter Dale Scott: Cocaine Politics: The United States government has been involved in drug trafficking at least since the Vietnam War, according to this noted author and historian. Produced by Mike Thornton. RealAudio 2.0 or better required.