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Jim Webb and Chuck Hagel wrote an op-ed for the New York Times yesterday calling for a new, expanded G.I. Bill as comprehensive as that passed at the end of World War Two (and which lasted until the end of Vietnam).
Here's 2:38 on how we got the first one:
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