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Two Perspectives on the War on Drugs

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Two Perspectives on the War on Drugs

Two Perspectives on the War on Drugs

Two Perspectives on the War on Drugs

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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to two people with distinct views on the war on drugs: Antonio Maria Costa, of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, has just released a new survey on opium production in Afghanistan. It's on the increase. And Jo Rosano is the mother of a civilian contractor named Marc Gonsalves who was kidnapped by Colombian guerrilla fighters after his surveillance plane crashed in Colombia last year.