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Published: July 17, 2007

 
 

Covering the Cost of War

If you see the longer-term issues, you develop a sense of clarity. Politicians need to have the intellectual capability to address some of these problems and point the way with reasonable solutions. And at this point in history, they don’t need to be wrenchingly awful solutions. But if we wait 10 years, they may have to be.

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Art Kleiner ([email protected]) is editor-in-chief of strategy+business and author of Who Really Matters: The Core Group Theory of Power, Privilege, and Success (Doubleday, 2003).
 

 
 
 
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Resources

  1. Robert D. Hormats, The Price of Liberty: Paying for America’s Wars (Times Books, 2007): The book on which this article is based evaluates war spending throughout U.S. history. Click here.
  2. Robert D. Hormats, “War Costs Money. Why Can’t Politicians Say So?” Washington Post, May 6, 2007: Not being upfront about the cost of war can negatively affect the nation. Click here.
 
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