Unformatted text preview: nations and must be prepared to respond to regional conflicts. 2) Others argue that the powerful interests in the United States actually benefit from high levels of military spending. They see the U.S. as dominated by a military-industrial complex , a political alliance involving the federal government, the military, and the defense industries. From this perspective, U.S. militarism is less a matter of national security and more a matter of power and profit for the country’s “power elite.”...
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- Fall '10
- Cold War, military spending, U.S. military spending, military spending accounts