Chart Of The Week

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by Chris Bodenner

Building off the Dish's discussion of war-time taxes this week, Jon Perr provides the above chart and re-quotes Palin:

[O]ur Greatest Generation did not hesitate when asked to sacrifice for their country. American men enlisted in droves, American women went to work in the factories that became our "Arsenal of Democracy," and many Americans gave what little money they had to buy the war bonds that funded it all.

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