Catherine Lutz

co-founder and co-director of the Costs of War Initiative at Brown University

Catherine Lutz on KCRW

America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan is over — at what cost? The U.S.

How much did the war in Afghanistan cost in lives and money?

America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan is over — at what cost? The U.S.

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