Could Wu-Tang Clan's $2 Million Album Fund The Federal Budget?

The U.S. government just sold the only existing copy of Wu-Tang Clan's album "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin," which had a sticker price of $2 million in 2015. Using the CBO's July 2021 projection, we found out how long a $2 million album sale would cover federal spending:

Wu-Tang and the Federal Budget

When you're reading the news, you probably see dollar amounts in the millions, billions, and even trillions being discussed all the time. But these numbers are so big that it all starts to sound like "Monopoly money" without context. Luckily, Free the Facts has you covered. Follow us on Instagram for more infographics and videos!

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