Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may be winning support from hawks in his party with a call to spend 4% of GDP on defense. But Democrats including former President Bill Clinton are hammering away at the fact that the plan would increase federal spending more than $2 trillion over 10 years at a time when the rest of the government is shrinking. Defense analysts Michael O’Hanlon of the center-left Brookings Institution and MacKenzie Eaglen of the conservative American ...

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