Ten Reasons Why the U.S. Should Invest More in Foreign Aid

We have an opportunity to support places that truly need the money

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Americans are ignorant about many aspects of government, but the public’s understanding of foreign aid may be the most stunning misperception.

Surveys consistently show that, on average, Americans think that the U.S. spends 25%

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