Chapter 12 The Long-term Costs of Conflict: The Case of the Iraq War
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12 The long-term costs of conflict: the case of the Iraq War Linda J. Bilmes and Joseph E. Stiglitz 12.1 OVERVIEW The history of war is a cycle of people destroying and then repairing. Fighting, killing, exhausting armies, depleting treasuries and...

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