Kathleen Hicks

former career officer, Department of Defense

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Senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; former career official in the Department of Defense during the Clinton and Bush administrations

Kathleen Hicks on KCRW

Bailouts, infrastructure and financial stimulus will require big money during a deepening recession.  Barack Obama  also needs to worry about defense.

Rebuilding a Struggling Military at a Time of Fiscal Crisis

Bailouts, infrastructure and financial stimulus will require big money during a deepening recession. Barack Obama also needs to worry about defense.

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