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Why There’s Room and Reason to Reduce the Military Budget

There’s much worry – but not reasonable worry – about the imposition of sequestration, across-the-board cuts to reduce overspending, on America’s military budget.

Our fundamental security will always come from a healthy economy that fosters the economic growth and innovation that makes a professional, well-equipped military possible. Second, we would still have an unmatched military after sequestration cuts (in the long run, even a stronger military from a stronger economy).

Cato’s Christopher Preble, Benjamin Friedman, and Dan Mitchell make the case against the unfounded horrors of sequestration on the military budget:

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