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—By Marian Wang
What else could $14 trillion buy?
10 years of vaccines for kids in 117 countries
10 years of $10,000 bonuses for all US public school teachers
Sending all 2009 US high school grads to private college
Doubling US spending on HIV/AIDS and cancer research for 20 years
10 years of CO2 offsets for all Americans
Meeting UN anti-poverty goals by 2015
20 years of universal preschool in US
Buying a house for every homeless American
10 years of helping developing countries deal with the effects of climate change
Buying the world an iPhone 3GS
10 years of private health insurance for uninsured Americans
Paying off 1/3 of US home mortgages
Total: $14 trillion
This chart is part of Mother Jones' coverage of the financial crisis, one year later.
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