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From:  Report Tallies Total Cost of Post-Sept. 11 Wars

According to a study released Friday through Brown University’s Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs, government spending on the military, diplomacy, foreign aid, homeland security and services to veterans have cost U.S. taxpayers upward of $4.79 trillion in the post-Sept. 11 era.

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7 thoughts on “Stat of the Day: Post-9/11 wars cost U.S. Taxpayers $4.79 trillion

  1. Discounting the mindless bloodshed and terror of these wars, their costs alone equal absolute insanity. Where does a country that condones such actions and waste from its leaders can possibly be heading if not into total economic and moral bankruptcy?

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