The Costs of War: Alabama

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,973 U.S. military from Alabama killed in Iraq: 66 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Alabama wounded in combat: 487

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Alabama: $4.8 billion The bill for the City of Montgomery: $226.5 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 5 million or Scholarships for university students: 906,966 or Head Start places for children: 743,203 or Public safety officers: 132,465 or Affordable housing units: 58,058

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 6, 2008

The Costs of War: Alaska
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,973 U.S. military from Alaska killed in Iraq: 17 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Alaska wounded in combat: 108

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Alaska: $894.1 million The bill for the City of Anchorage: $399.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $894.1 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 171,192 or Scholarships for University students: 216,186 or Head Start places for children: 114,517 or Public Safety Officers: 18,775 or Affordable housing units: 5,665

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 6, 2008

The Costs of War: Arizona
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Arizona killed in Iraq: 88 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Arizona wounded in combat: 653

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Arizona: $7.2 billion The bill for the City of Phoenix: $1.9 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $7.2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 3.2 million or Scholarships for University students: 1.5 million or Head Start places for children: 925,834 or Public Safety Officers: 160,664 or Affordable housing units: 54,766

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Arkansas
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Arkansas killed in Iraq: 59 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Arkansas wounded in combat: 436

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Arkansas: $4.9 billion The bill for the City of Little Rock: $391.4 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 2.7 million or Scholarships for university students: 842,601 or Head Start places for children: 826,380 or Public Safety Officers: 140,174 or Affordable housing units: 72,734

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: California
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from California killed in Iraq: 425 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from California wounded in combat: 3,048

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of California: $66.2 billion The bill for the City of Sacramento: $620.5 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $66.2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 24.7 million or Scholarships for university students: 9.9 million or Head Start places for children: 7.9 million or Public Safety Officers: 1.2 million or Affordable housing units: 198,124

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Colorado
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Colorado killed in Iraq: 54 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Colorado wounded in combat: 478

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Colorado: $8 billion The bill for the City of Denver: $861.9 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 3 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.4 million or Head Start places for children: 1.2 million or Public Safety Officers: 162,180 or Affordable housing units: 42,293

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Connecticut
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Connecticut killed in Iraq: 29 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Connecticut wounded in combat: 232

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Connecticut: $12.8 billion The bill for the City of Hartford: $209.6 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $12.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 4.9 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.5 million or Head Start places for children: 1.8 million or Public Safety Officers: 251,745 or Affordable housing units: 61,116

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Delaware
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Delaware killed in Iraq: 13 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Delaware wounded in combat: 46

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Delaware: $3.3 billion The bill for the City of Dover: $109.6 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $3.3 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.4 million or Scholarships for university students: 423,110 or Head Start places for children: 518,093 or Public safety officers: 73,531 or Affordable housing units: 21,313

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: District of Columbia
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from the District killed in Iraq: 5 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from the District wounded in combat: 20

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the District of Columbia: $2.2 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $2.2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 707,075 or Scholarships for university students: 1 million or Head Start places for children: 307,402 or Public safety officers: 37,453 or Affordable housing units: 7,792

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Florida
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Florida killed in Iraq: 170 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Florida wounded in combat: 1,330

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Florida: $28.7 billion The bill for the City of Tallahassee: $212.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $28.7 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 15.8 million or Scholarships for university students: 8.9 million or Head Start places for children: 3.9 million or Public safety officers: 660,325 or Affordable housing units: 211,411

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Georgia
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Georgia killed in Iraq: 122 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Georgia wounded in combat: 828

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Georgia: $15.1 billion The bill for the City of Atlanta: $628.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $15.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 8.5 million or Scholarships for university students: 3 million or Head Start places for children: 2.1 million or Public safety officers: 383,165 or Affordable housing units: 124,720

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Hawaii
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Hawaii killed in Iraq: 22 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Hawaii wounded in combat: 130

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Hawaii: $1.7 billion The bill for the City of Honolulu: $469.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $1.7 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 565,576 or Scholarships for university students: 373,608 or Head Start places for children: 227,567 or Public safety officers: 38,760 or Affordable housing units: 5,289

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Idaho
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Idaho killed in Iraq: 29 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Idaho wounded in combat: 265

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Idaho: $1.4 billion The bill for the City of Boise: $230.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $1.4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 912,633 or Scholarships for university students: 338,126 or Head Start places for children: 185,711 or Public safety officers: 32,460 or Affordable housing units: 13,079

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Illinois
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Illinois killed in Iraq: 143 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Illinois wounded in combat: 1,077

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Illinois: $28.3 billion The bill for the City of Springfield: $214.7 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $28.3 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 19.5 million or Scholarships for university students: 2.8 million or Head Start places for children: 4 million or Public safety officers: 582,156 or Affordable housing units: 205,136

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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The Costs of War: Indiana
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Indiana killed in Iraq: 85 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Indiana wounded in combat: 605

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Indiana: $8 billion The bill for the City of Indianapolis: $985.7 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 3.8 million or Scholarships for university students: 1 million or Head Start places for children: 1.2 million or Public safety officers: 196,198 or Affordable housing units: 83,299

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Iowa
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Iowa killed in Iraq: 46 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Iowa wounded in combat: 331

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Iowa: $4 billion The bill for the City of Des Moines: $261.4 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.7 million or Scholarships for university students: 644,844 or Head Start places for children: 598,233 or Public safety officers: 94,559 or Affordable housing units: 49,227

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Kansas
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Kansas killed in Iraq: 45 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Kansas wounded in combat: 376

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Kansas: $4.1 billion The bill for the City of Topeka: $166 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 2.4 million or Scholarships for university students: 670,043 or Head Start places for children: 682,240 or Public safety officers: 97,667 or Affordable housing units: 49,534

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Kentucky
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Kentucky killed in Iraq: 63 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Kentucky wounded in combat: 441

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Kentucky: $4 billion The bill for the City of Louisville: $217.9 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.6 million or Scholarships for university students: 616,259 or Head Start places for children: 604,467 or Public safety officers: 106,274 or Affordable housing units: 46,711

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Louisiana
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Lousiana killed in Iraq: 77 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Louisiana wounded in combat: 564

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Louisiana: $4 billion The bill for the City of Batan Rouge: $189.1 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 3 million or Scholarships for university students: 894,112 or Head Start places for children: 603,902 or Public safety officers: 114,968 or Affordable housing units: 47,797

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Maine
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Maine killed in Iraq: 22 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Maine wounded in combat: 201

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Maine: $1.4 billion The bill for the City of Lewiston: $30.9 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $1.4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 424,701 or Scholarships for university students: 188,428 or Head Start places for children: 201,523 or Public safety officers: 35,844 or Affordable housing units: 10,988

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Maryland
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Maryland killed in Iraq: 72 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Maryland wounded in combat: 404

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Maryland: $10.1 billion The bill for the City of Annapolis: $63.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $10.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 3.9 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.3 million or Head Start places for children: 1.4 million or Public safety officers: 204,627 or Affordable housing units: 54,309

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 7, 2008

The Costs of War: Massachusetts
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Massachusetts killed in Iraq: 64 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Massachusetts wounded in combat: 464

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Massachusetts: $14.8 billion The bill for the City of Boston: $1.1 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $14.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 5.5 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.5 million or Head Start places for children: 1.8 million or Public safety officers: 289,632 or Affordable housing units: 51,282

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Michigan
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Michigan killed in Iraq: 148 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Michigan wounded in combat: 937

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Michigan: $13.9 billion The bill for the City of Lansing: $129.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $13.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 10 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.4 million or Head Start places for children: 2 million or Public safety officers: 288,124 or Affordable housing units: 111,921

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Minnesota
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Minnesota killed in Iraq: 59 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Minnesota wounded in combat: 488

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Minnesota: $12.5 billion The bill for the City of Saint Paul: $602.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $12.5 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 4.2 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.4 million or Head Start places for children: 1.8 million or Public safety officers: 275,251 or Affordable housing units: 80,130

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Mississippi
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Mississippi killed in Iraq: 46 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Mississippi wounded in combat: 265

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Mississippi: $2 billion The bill for the City of Jackson: $127.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.2 million or Scholarships for university students: 441,791 or Head Start places for children: 338,910 or Public safety officers: 65,034 or Affordable housing units: 29,939

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Missouri
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Missouri killed in Iraq: 75 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Missouri wounded in combat: 680

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Missouri: $8 billion The bill for the City of Jefferson City: $59 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 2.9 million or Scholarships for university students: 1 million or Head Start places for children: 1.2 million or Public safety officers: 203,713 or Affordable housing units: 80,003

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Montana
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Montana killed in Iraq: 22 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Montana wounded in combat: 215

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Montana: $800.2 million The bill for the City of Helena: $23.8 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $800.2 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 195,605 or Scholarships for university students: 160,742 or Head Start places for children: 113,115 or Public safety officers: 19,582 or Affordable housing units: 7,662

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Nebraska
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Nebraska killed in Iraq: 43 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Nebraska wounded in combat: 221

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Nebraska: $3.8 billion The bill for the City of Lincoln: $512.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $3.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.4 million or Scholarships for university students: 640,340 or Head Start places for children: 535,091 or Public safety officers: 90,636 or Affordable housing units: 41,874

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Nevada
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Nevada killed in Iraq: 34 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Nevada wounded in combat: 176

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Nevada: $4.7 billion The bill for the City of Boulder City: $39.7 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4.7 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.6 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.3 million or Head Start places for children: 536,770 or Public safety officers: 105,509 or Affordable housing units: 24,988

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: New Hampshire
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from New Hampshire killed in Iraq: 21 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from New Hampshire wounded in combat: 173

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of New Hampshire: $2.1 billion The bill for the City of Concord: $60.4 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $2.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 615,077 or Scholarships for university students: 205,402 or Head Start places for children: 263,328 or Public safety officers: 47,594 or Affordable housing units: 11,157

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: New Jersey
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from New Jersey killed in Iraq:69 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from New Jersey wounded in combat: 427

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of New Jersey: $23.9 billion The bill for the City of Trenton: $136.5 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $23.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 7.8 million or Scholarships for university students: 2.4 million or Head Start places for children: 2.7 million or Public safety officers: 407,541 or Affordable housing units: 94,873

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: New Mexico
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from New Mexico killed in Iraq: 35 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from New Mexico wounded in combat: 266

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of New Mexico: $1.6 billion The bill for the City of Santa Fe: $64.4 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $1.6 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 564,325 or Scholarships for university students: 375,995 or Head Start places for children: 229,074 or Public safety officers: 41,324 or Affordable housing units: 16,225

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: New York
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties

U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from New York killed in Iraq: 175 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from New York wounded in combat: 1,369

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of New York: $46.9 billion The bill for the City of Albany: $163.6 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $46.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 16.3 million or Scholarships for university students: 7.6 million or Head Start places for children: 5.3 million or Public safety officers: 904,654 or Affordable housing units: 266,447

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: North Carolina
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from North Carolina killed in Iraq: 90 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from North Carolina wounded in combat: 766

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of North Carolina: $14.1 billion The bill for the City of Raleigh: $577.1 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $14.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 6.7 million or Scholarships for university students: 2.8 million or Head Start places for children: 1.9 million or Public safety officers: 362,063 or Affordable housing units: 133,852

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: North Dakota
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from North Dakota killed in Iraq:14 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from North Dakota wounded in combat: 87

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of North Dakota: $630.5 million The bill for the City of Bismarck: $62.1 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $630.5 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 267,820 or Scholarships for university students: 108,854 or Head Start places for children: 87,324 or Public safety officers: 14,954 or Affordable housing units: 8,909

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Ohio
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Ohio killed in Iraq: 165 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Ohio wounded in combat: 1,202

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Ohio: $18.3 billion The bill for the City of Columbus: $1.1 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $18.3 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 11 million or Scholarships for university students: 2 million or Head Start places for children: 2.8 million or Public safety officers: 414,982 or Affordable housing units: 170,921

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Oklahoma
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Oklahoma killed in Iraq: 64 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Oklahoma wounded in combat: 478

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Oklahoma: $7.9 billion The bill for the City of Oklahoma City: $1.2 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $7.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 4.1 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.6 million or Head Start places for children: 1.3 million or Public safety officers: 206,880 or Affordable housing units: 112,496

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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The Costs of War: Oregon
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Oregon killed in Iraq: 67 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Oregon wounded in combat: 470

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Oregon: $4.2 billion The bill for the City of Salem: $160 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $4.2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.2 million or Scholarships for university students: 720,745 or Head Start places for children: 629,803 or Public safety officers: 86,757 or Affordable housing units: 26,044

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Pennsylvania
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Pennsylvania killed in Iraq: 182 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Pennsylvania wounded in combat: 1,214

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Pennsylvania: $19.9 billion The bill for the City of Harrisburg: $53.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $19.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 6.3 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.6 million or Head Start places for children: 3.1 million or Public safety officers: 436,682 or Affordable housing units: 202,495

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Jun-07

Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Rhode Island
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Rhode Island killed in Iraq: 12 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Rhode Island wounded in combat: 104

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Rhode Island: $2.1 billion The bill for the City of Providence: $221.2 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $2.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 911,190 or Scholarships for university students: 270,844 or Head Start places for children: 301,181 or Public safety officers: 42,640 or Affordable housing units: 9,663

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: South Carolina
Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from South Carolina killed in Iraq: 49 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from South Carolina wounded in combat: 370

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of South Carolina: $3.8 billion The bill for the City of Columbia: $93.2 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $3.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 2.2 million or Scholarships for university students: 490,450 or Head Start places for children: 574,731 or Public safety officers: 102,528 or Affordable housing units: 37,449

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: South Dakota
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from South Dakota killed in Iraq: 18 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from South Dakota wounded in combat: 118

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of South Dakota: $794.6 million The bill for the City of Sioux Falls: $152.5 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $794.6 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 506,891 or Scholarships for university students: 146,885 or Head Start places for children: 120,639 or Public safety officers: 20,415 or Affordable housing units: 9,866

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Tennessee
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Tennessee killed in Iraq: 84 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Tennessee wounded in combat: 561

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Tennessee: $8.1 billion The bill for the City of Nashville: $833.5 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $8.1 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 2.8 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.4 million or Head Start places for children: 1.1 million or Public safety officers: 223,780 or Affordable housing units: 83,779

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Texas
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Texas killed in Iraq: 366 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Texas wounded in combat: 2,760

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Texas: $42.7 billion The bill for the City of Austin: $1.4 billion The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $42.7 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 18.3 million or Scholarships for university students: 5.6 million or Head Start places for children: 6.1 million or Public safety officers: 989,840 or Affordable housing units: 509,505

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Utah
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Utah killed in Iraq: 21 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Utah wounded in combat: 231

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Utah: $2.8 billion The bill for the City of Salt Lake City: $184.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $2.8 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 1.2 million or Scholarships for university students: 603,855 or Head Start places for children: 414,107 or Public safety officers: 63,368 or Affordable housing units: 19,895

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Vermont
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Vermont killed in Iraq: 19 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Vermont wounded in combat: 91

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Vermont: $759.7 million The bill for the City of Montpelier: $9.2 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $759.7 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 200,900 or Scholarships for university students: 67,090 or Head Start places for children: 87,921 or Public safety officers: 18,213 or Affordable housing units: 5,572

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Virginia
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Virginia killed in Iraq: 112 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Virginia wounded in combat: 675

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Virginia: $14.2 billion The bill for the City of Richmond: $263.6 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $14.2 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 7.1 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.8 million or Head Start places for children: 1.9 million or Public safety officers: 302,227 or Affordable housing units: 92,346

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Washington
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Washington killed in Iraq: 81 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Washington wounded in combat: 857

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Washington: $11.9 billion The bill for the City of Olympia: $76.4 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $11.9 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 4.8 million or Scholarships for university students: 2 million or Head Start places for children: 1.3 million or Public safety officers: 220,538 or Affordable housing units: 65,553

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: West Virginia
The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from West Virginia killed in Iraq: 22 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from West Virginia wounded in combat: 201

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of West Virginia: $1.4 billion The bill for the City of Charleston: $48.3 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $1.4 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 652,423 or Scholarships for university students: 318,783 or Head Start places for children: 216,784 or Public safety officers: 41,998 or Affordable housing units: 20,191

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Wisconsin
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Wisconsin killed in Iraq: 83 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Wisconsin wounded in combat: 550

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Wisconsin: $8.3 billion The bill for the City of Madison: $309.6 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $8.3 billion could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 6.4 million or Scholarships for university students: 1.2 million or Head Start places for children: 1.2 million or Public safety officers: 186,527 or Affordable housing units: 69,519

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008

The Costs of War: Wyoming
Long Term Cost of War: $3 trillion
Interest costs: $616 Spent to date: $526

The Declaration of Principles has set a “mutually agreed arrangement whereby we have a long and enduring presence.” -Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Facts and Figures on the Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Casualties
U.S. military killed in Iraq: 3,974 U.S. military from Wyoming killed in Iraq: 11 Iraqi civilians killed: Estimates range from 81,632-1.2 M Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat: 29,080 Number of U.S. troops from Wyoming wounded in combat: 98

Social costs: $367 Future operations (through 2017): $669

Other military costs: $267 Future veterans’ costs: $630

The Bill So Far
The total bill so far: $526 billion The estimated long-term cost: $3 trillion The bill for the State of Wyoming: $896.8 million The bill for the City of Cheyenne: $98.7 million The bill for every U.S. household: $4,100 $896.8 million could have funded for the entire nation: Children with health care: 458,895 or Scholarships for university students: 303,909 or Head Start places for children: 131,347 or Public safety officers: 21,887 or Affordable housing units: 8,303

Figures in billions. Source: Stiglitz and Bilmes

Estimated Insurgency Strength
Insurgency Strength (number of resistance fighters)

The Effects
Internally displaced refugees in Iraq: 3.4 million Iraqi refugees that have fled the country: 2.2-2.4 million Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S.: 3,222 Unemployment rate in Iraq: 25-40%
*U.S. employment during the Great Depression: 25%

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Number of resistance fighters in Iraq: November 2003 estimate: 5,000 June 2007 estimate: 70,000 79% of Iraqis oppose the presence of Coalition Forces. 78% of Iraqis believe things are going badly in Iraq overall.

Sources: Iraqi Death Toll: Department of Defense, National Priorities Project; Spending Figures: Costofwar.com, Bilmes and Stiglitz, “The Three Trillion Dollar War,” Foreign Policy in Focus, “Unified Security Budget;” Effects Figures: Brookings Iraq Index, Institute for Policy Studies, “The Iraq Quagmire,” ABC, CNN, USA Today.

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updated March 10, 2008