The Domestic Roots of Perpetual War

@article{Spinney2011TheDR,
  title={The Domestic Roots of Perpetual War},
  author={Franklin C. Spinney},
  journal={Challenge},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={54 - 69}
}
Why does the United States spend so much on defense? Why do we feel no more secure? As the government faces pressure to cut federal spending, it is time to get a clearer picture of what motivates our military spending. This former Pentagon analyst provides it. 
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Index to Volume 54 (January—December 2011)
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statement to Congress includes a proposal describing one way the president and secretary of defense might achieve these objectives (see
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