Bombs, bullets, and bandages in a global market – the military industrial complex – Ep 7.5
Our national defense is an important subject for every American. And certainly, not the least of which is how our capitalist society supports and enables our military, spending billion of dollars on troops and equipment, but very seldom discussing whether those dollars spent actually mean America is somehow safer.
Here’s our breakdown of the current state of our military industrial complex. Enjoy!!!
01:00 – The military industrial complex
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