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Volume 1 Issue 2-3 (Current Politics and Economics of South and Central America) $110.00
1. Drug Crop Eradication and Alternative Development in the Andes (Connie Veillette and Carolina Navarrete-Frías) pp. 101-124

2. Country Profile: Bolivia pp. 125-154

3. Brazilian Trade Policy and the United States (J.F. Hornbeck) pp. 155-180

4. Latin America: Terrorism Issues (Mark P. Sullivan)pp. 181-187

5. Caribbean Region: Issues in U.S. Relations (Mark P. Sullivan)pp. 189-214

6. Trafficking in Persons in Latin America and the Caribbean (Clare Ribando) pp. 215-237

7. Mexico’s Importance and Multiple Relationships with the United States (K. Larry Storrs) pp. 239-253

8. Bolivia: Political and Economic Developments and Implications for U.S. Policy (Connie Veillette)pp. 255-269

9. The Effects of the Minimum Wage on the Brazilian Labor Market (Francisco Galrão Carneiro)pp. 271-304

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