Warmongers profit from death

Arms merchants profit from hostilities with Iran while politicians deny veterans the benefits and respect they're entitled to.

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We used the free Kumu app to analyze the relationships and political donations behind this disgrace.

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We organized the data into four groups for simplicity: arms merchants, politicians, veteran groups and reformers working to fix the system. Resources we used include:

Relationship maps are simple, interactive infographics that are easy to follow and can be viewed anywhere. This is how it looks on a phone:


Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Use the free Kumu app to let the sun shine in.

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