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$87 Billion Well Spent

By Kristol, William

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Title: $87 Billion Well Spent  
Author: Kristol, William
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Language: English
Subject: Political science., Philosophy & politics, Politics & international relations
Collection: New American Century Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: The Project for the New American Century

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Excerpt: The Bush administration is asking Congress for an $87 billion appropriation to cover near-term troop deployment and reconstruction costs in Iraq. Let?s stipulate a few things about that request right off the bat: One: Foreign aid is politically unpopular. Two: Any large appropriation request, foreign or domestic, contains individual line items that can easily be made to look extravagant or outright ridiculous. Three: Occupation and reconstruction efforts in Iraq have been pursued with a mixture of competence and clumsiness, ingenuity and bureaucracy, efficiency and, presumably, some wastefulness.

 

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