What the Cost of the War could have bought

The National Priorities Project gives some dimension to what the war is costing us:

With the money spent on the Iraqi War, you could provide total health care and insurance for more than 215 million children a year.

Or, you could hire 6,224,739 schoolteachers for a year.

Or, you could provide more than 17 million full four-year college scholarships.

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