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How to help Mexico win its drug war

Mexico's crackdown on drug cartels is nothing less than a "second Mexican revolution," said The Christian Science Monitor, so why isn't Congress sending more money to help win this war? Throwing money at the

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The assassinations of Mexico’s acting federal police chief and several other high-ranking agents could hamper the efforts of the U.S. and Mexico to fight powerful drug cartels, law enforcement officials in both countries said this week. The police chief, Edgar Mill

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