Journal: Politics of Fear–Spending on National Insecurity

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Answer: It all depends on what you think should be included, but once this is clear — this spending will be be exempt from any cutbacks needed to reduce the deficit.

The Table prepared by Winslow Wheeler, Director, Straus Military Reform Project within the Center for Defense Information.

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Winslow Wheeler, Straus Military Reform Project.

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