We Can No Longer Afford the Military-Industrial Complex

 John Nichols 93 members of the House and 23 Senators just voted to cut the Pentagon budget. That’s a historic call for new priorities. Now, Democrats must amplify it. The post We Can No Longer (...)

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 22/07/2020

We Can No Longer Afford the Military-Industrial Complex

 John Nichols 93 members of the House and 23 Senators just voted to cut the Pentagon budget. That’s a historic call for new priorities. Now, Democrats must amplify it. The post We Can No Longer (...)

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