By Richard Kernaghan
Coca's Gone examines the annoying, depressed social terrain of Peru's higher Huallaga Valley within the wake of a twenty-year cocaine growth. This compelling booklet conveys tales of the lived truth of jolted social worlds and weaves a desirable meditation at the complicated interrelationships among violence, legislations, and time.
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Coca's Gone: Of Might and Right in the Huallaga Post-Boom by Richard Kernaghan