For decades, the U.S. system of higher education has operated on a unique premise: To make college affordable for a broad swathe of Americans, student debt must be an almost inviolable obligation. Now, authorities are starting to question that assumption. It’s about time. Capitalist societies have long taken a forgiving approach to people who can’t…
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