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HOW TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE

CRISIS PREP A dummy body is transported during an Ebola drill in Lyon, France, in 2015

FOREIGN AID IS often in the hot seat, but today the heat is cranked up especially high. The U.S. government, one of the world’s most influential donors, is considering dramatic cuts to health and development programs around the world. I understand why some Americans watch their tax dollars going overseas and wonder why we’re not spending them at home. Here’s my answer: These projects keep Americans safe. And by promoting

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