Design a Post-Cold War Military
Problem: In the post-Cold War world, the U.S. military is no
longer structures to meet real national security challenges and is
wasting scarce resources.
Solution: Reshape our military to meet emerging global threats,
ensure a strong national defense, and save taxpayers billions.
See Revolution X, by Rob Nelson and Jon Cowan, pages 126-129.
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For More Information
This proposal is endorsed by the Campaign for New Priorities, a national
effort to enlist citizen support for a new set of budget priorities, by
the National Rainbow Coalition, a progressive political organization
that advocates for a new set of humane, domestic priorities, and by
20/20 Vision, a grass-roots group fighting on some environmental and
peace issues. To find out more about some of the new choices our nation
can consider, call
- Campaign for New Priorities, (202) 544-8222
- National Rainbow Coalition, (202) 728-1180
- 20/20 Vision, (202) 833-2020
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