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Why does the American government give out so much in AID?

Why does the American government give out so much in AID?

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Asked by H.Donna, Last updated: Jan 21, 2020

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Answered Feb 09, 2018

The United States has endured times of need during our history. During these times, other countries have come to our aid. As a result, the United States feels like they should provide aid to those who are in danger. These dangers may include terrorist attacks or natural disasters. During 9/11, countries came forward and assisted the American government with medication when Anthrax was being mailed and became a problem.

The United States has endured times of need during our history. During these times, other countries

The medication needed to cure that problem was supplied by many countries. If countries don’t help each other, they may find that they need help in horrible situations. They may have wished that they had helped other countries so that other countries would help them now. Aid can be considered food, money, weapons and soldiers.

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