Does the US economy rely on war only?
Just interms of maintaining its economy and prosper.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
No. It relies on giving everyone money for nothing but the chicks ain't free. In turn, that relies on yearly monster loans from China and Japan we can never repay. Who knows? Maybe they will decide to make the chicks free too.
- Anonymous1 month ago
A huge part of USA-exports are military-related
USA military-budget is bigger than the rest of the top 12 or so combined
But it also relies on people, companies and governments getting ever deeper in debt
- socialistpbLv 61 month ago
No: it relies on production for profit, wage labour and exploitation.
- OiyLv 61 month ago
The figures cannot lie. Since the world war one, and again the world two, the US economy has relied on wars. 50% of government’s budgets have undergone to the war or military relating economy and manufacturing. The techniques invented have been used to invent the new products. The military has become the important employer in the country. Trump has been in the right direction to support the big military again. But the national guards who had to sleep in the parking lots are the most thing to be ashamed for the country.
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- babyboomer1001Lv 71 month ago
The U.S. does not go to war to make money. In fact, war costs the U.S. a huge - HUGE amount of money. It does not rely on war for anything.
- WilliamLv 71 month ago
It's been said many times that "THERE IS NOT PROFIT IN PEACETIME".