Citations for A1: Universal Energy Implementation Strategy

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  1. Breakdown of the U.S. Federal Budget.
  2. Statista. “U.S. military spending from 2000 to 2018.” (don’t let link fool you, it goes to 2018).
  3. Brown University, Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs. “United States Budgetary Costs and Obligations of Post-9/11 Wars through FY:2020.” N. Crawford. 13 November, 2019.
  4. Statista. “Total interest expense on debt held by the public of the United States from 2011 to 2018”.
  5. Bloomberg. “F-35 Program Costs Jump to $406.5 Billion in Latest Estimate.”A. Capaccio. 10 July, 2017.
  6. Reuters / Associated Press. “U.S. Army fudged its accounts by trillions of dollars, auditor finds.” 19 August, 2016. S. Paltrow.
  7. PBS News Hour. “This is how Internet speed and price in the U.S. compares to the rest of the world” H. Yi. 26 April, 2015.