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Interactive Infographic: The State of America's National Security Interactive Infographic: The State of America's National Security

Interactive Infographic: The State of America's National Security

by GOOD Partner
October 18, 2012

 

This infographic is a collaboration between GOOD and Other Means, with support from MTV

As the election season kicks off, GOOD and MTV want to cut past all the blustering, pontificating, and finger pointing to get to the heart of some of the most important issues that America is facing today. Join us every other Wednesday for the next two months, when we'll be graphically exploring through interactive infographics what goes behind the nation's key issues.

Last time, we looked at energy independencejob creationstudent debt, immigration, and healthcare. This week's issue explores national security and how safe Americans feel today. What do we spend on homeland security and defense and are they still a priority for Americans? How does each candidate view America's defensive strategy in places like Syria and Iran? Find the answers and more here.

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