Perils of Outsourcing a War

Kingsbury, Alex
October 2009
U.S. News Digital Weekly;10/30/2009, Vol. 1 Issue 41, p17
An interview with author Allison Stanger is presented. When asked about the difference between contractors and government workers, she cites the source of salaries of such workers. She discusses the important role played by contractors in the Afghan and Iraq wars. She also talks about the negative impact of contracting on the morale of U.S. soldiers.


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