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Destruction Is All We Have to Show for a 15-Year War in Afghanistan

Since 2001, the U.S. has spent over $103 billion on the Asian country—more than it spent on the entire European continent after World War II. And there is no end in sight for the debacle that George W. Bush began and Barack Obama continued.
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