|Government Pensions||$0 million|
|Government Health Care||+ $72 million|
|Government Education||+ $316 million|
|National Defense||+ $335 million|
|Government Welfare||+ $44 million|
|All Other Spending||+ $1,199 million|
|Total Government Spending||$1,986 million|
|Federal Deficit||+ $2 million|
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Federal spending data begins in 1792.
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