Even as it moves at the pace of an international thriller, War on Drugs smartly lays out the shocking hypocrisy of US drug policy. Take Bill Clinton's two signature, now-infamous accomplishments: the Crime Bill and NAFTA. The former-President's anti-crime legislation flooded American cities with more cops and upped mandatory minimum sentences for drugs, causing America's prison population to explode. At the same time, by loosening border restrictions between the US and Mexico, NAFTA helped drug traffickers move massive amounts more product into the US. The trade agreement has been called a "deal made in narco Heaven" – and there's evidence Clinton was well aware of that potential outcome.