Oct 07, 2015

Our economic problems are political ones - SFGate

Fahrenthold claims Sanders’ plan for paying for students’ college tuition at public universities with a tax on Wall Street trades would mean “colleges would run by government rules.” Apparently Fahrenthold is unaware that three-quarters of college students attend public universities financed largely by state governments. [...] even those who attend elite private universities benefit from...

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