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Tag Archives: Student Loans
Hillary Clinton last week announced her plans to deal with a major election issue in the US – the record-breaking level of student loan debt. Her plan, called the New College Compact, is an effort to eliminate the need for … Continue reading
Almost 3000 four-year colleges are spread across the United States. Half are private non-profit schools and a quarter are public. For the first time, in 2011-2012, there were more private for-profit college than public colleges. Young people face the daunting task … Continue reading
Not all bargains are struck between parties with equal bargaining power; sometimes one party is far stronger because of greater knowledge and experience or because of the particular situation of the weaker party. If a vessel is sinking, the only … Continue reading