Oct 23, 2015

What Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Understand About Germany’s Free College | Liberal Logic 101

Today the Washington Post has published a commentary from Sanders calling for free college that again highlights his poor grasp of the economics of higher education and avoids any discussion of why college costs are skyrocketing. After crediting the progressive movement with creating the K-12 public education system, he declares: "By 1940, half of all young people were graduating from…

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