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Robert Hormats

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Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs International and author of the newly published The Price of Liberty: Paying for America’s Wars

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One of America's major financiers says that spending on the war in Iraq could make America more vulnerable, rather than safer.

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One of America's major financiers says that spending on the war in Iraq could make America more vulnerable, rather than safer.

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George Washington warned that the debts run up by "unavoidable wars" should not be charged to future generations.

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George Washington warned that the debts run up by "unavoidable wars" should not be charged to future generations.

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