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Cato's Christopher A. Preble on Military Spending in the 112th Congress (1/19/11)

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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011

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The United States spends a huge amount on national security, far more than any other country. Displaying defense spending as a share of GDP is largely irrelevant according to Christopher A. Preble, director of foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute. He spoke on Capitol Hill January 19, 2011.

See also "Budgetary Savings from Military Restraint": http://bit.ly/e2isLK (HTML); http://bit.ly/f95DiA (PDF)

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