Stories by Isaac Campos

 Isaac Campos, an assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati, reverses this gringo-centric version of history. Campos traces American marijuana prohibition back to Mexico (where it was imposed by the federal government in 1920), and from there back to the Spanish Inquisition. It’s a direct line and Campos draws it clearly —and documents it— in this retro-message of a book. subscribe to Isaac  Campos's feed

Posted on: May 23, 2013, Source: University of North Carolina Press

Spanish paranoia and propaganda about indigenous toking gave birth to Mexico’s drug wars.