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When there was a dad named Columbia. Columbia had 5 kids whom he loved very much, except for 2, Guerilla and Campesino. Columbia adored his other kids really much that he gave them everything they had from clothes to money. He bragged about them in front of other people and called them "my kids". But he did not felt the exact same compassion for his past two sons. Whenever they had something, important or not important, he say no, or nothing at all as if they do not exist. He even denied them in front of other people saying "I don't know them". Guerilla and Campesino did everything they can for their dad to notice them , but to no avail. They were poor, hungry, and uneducated, compared to their sisters. They met a buddy named Coca, who aided them better their lifestyles. The only problem was, Coca will only help them if they do something for him, also in this instance, illegal. Guerilla and Campesino both knew that should they consented to assist Coca, their dad Colombia and their uncle America will be quite angry at them. But since they were very hungry, and also their dad still didn't listen to them , they eventually agreed. Alas, the war began between Columbia and his two sons. The publication "Between the Guerillas and the State" investigates the history and motives behind the uprising of the Cocaleros in 1996 in the eyes of a campesino. Ramirez examines the events that attracted Columbia to the top of the graph in coca production, leading mainly to the production of the prohibited drug cocaine. She discusses the abandonment of the state to its people, their violent measure in controlling them in addition to their negative facet of the "cocaleros" in public as the main reasons why campesinos are gross...