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We Could Easily Cut the Cost of Higher Education by 25% If We Really Wanted To

If we’re serious about fixing our problems we need to look at costs, not just who pays them

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It’s well-publicized that we have a higher education problem in the United States. Whether it should be as necessary as it right now is a matter up for debate, but as long as it…

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Peter Shanosky

Peter Shanosky

Professional lender/banker. Writing hobbyist and film/TV aficionado. Writing on economics, finance, and business. Purposely apolitical and anti-inflammatory.

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