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Agency of Fear: Opiates and Political Power in America Paperback – November 17, 1990
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Edward Jay Epstein’s books include Agency of Fear: Opiates and Political Power in America, Deception: The Invisible War Between the CIA and the KGB, The Rise and Fall of Diamonds, Inquest: The Warren Commission and the Establishment of Truth and News from Nowhere.
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Thus, when Him Gonzales arrived at the softball field
on February 6, 1971, a narcotics agent pointed a gun
at him and announced, "You are on United States
territory and we are putting you under arrest on a charge
of conspiring to smuggle narcotics." (p. 97).
Jimmy Carter faced negotiations with Panama to release the Canal Zone to Panama in a century that had Ford giving Nixon a pardon for crimes that he was an unindicted coconspirator when officials of his administration were going to be locked up for Nixon crimes. Going around and coming around makes sense when people are free to think one is all.