2,623. 9/14/2001

From the March/April 2002 issue of Foreign Affairs: “Right after September 11 [September 14, 2001], Congress authorized $40 billion in emergency spending–and that was just a down payment in the struggle against terrorism. The estimated cost to the U.S. economy ranges from $100 billion to $300 billion.”

 – Foreign Affairs, The U.S. vs. al Qaeda, Page 113

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