Issue: Defense Budget

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Privately Funded and Built U.S. Warships in the Quasi-War of 1797–1801
Budgeting for Empire
The Effect of Iraq and Afghanistan on Military Forces, Budgets, and Plans
Military-Economic Fascism: How Business Corrupts Government, and Vice Versa
Bush’s New Vietnam
The Big Picture
Congress, the Defense Budget, and Pork
A Snout-to-Tail Description of Congress’ Foremost Concern in National Security Legislation
Promoting Air Power
The Influence of the U.S. Air Force on the Creation of the National Security State
The Cold War is Over, but U.S. Preparation for It Continues
From Central Planning to the Market
The American Transition, 1945-1947
How War Amplified Federal Power in the Twentieth Century
World War II and the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex

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