January 31, 2012

Does the U.S. Favor Defense Cuts?

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By Steven Kull

This article was originally published in tandem with an article by R. Jeffrey Smith on IWatch, a publication of the Center for Public Integrity.

What do average Americans say when they are faced with the budget tradeoffs on national security that policymakers face today? When polls ask in...

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