The Camo Economy: How Military Contracting Hides Human Costs and Increases Inequality

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Military contracting was sold to the American people as a way to reduce the cost of military operations, yet the result has been quite the opposite.

Heidi Peltier is Director of “20 Years of War,” a Costs of War initiative based at Boston University’s Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future. She is also a board member of the Institute for Policy Studies.