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Sold My Soul for a Student Loan

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With unprecedented student debt keeping an entire generation from realizing the "American Dream," this book sounds a warning about how that debt may undermine both higher education—and our democracy.

  • Examines both the causes of student debt and its implications for our democracy

  • Offers a 360-degree view of student debt from the perspective of students, graduates, policymakers, political activists, journalists, administrators, and college/university faculty

  • Provides a context for how student debt was created as a phenomenon much more complex than generational culture

  • Shows there is new hope in the form of a significant, multifaceted movement advocating for student debtors; and that government and banks are responding with new actions and programs


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    Publisher: ABC-CLIO

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: March 19, 2019

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    • ISBN: 9781440850721
    • Release date: March 19, 2019

    EPUB ebook

    • ISBN: 9781440850721
    • File size: 483 KB
    • Release date: March 19, 2019

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    Kindle Book
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    EPUB ebook

    subjects

    Politics Nonfiction

    Languages

    English

    With unprecedented student debt keeping an entire generation from realizing the "American Dream," this book sounds a warning about how that debt may undermine both higher education—and our democracy.

  • Examines both the causes of student debt and its implications for our democracy

  • Offers a 360-degree view of student debt from the perspective of students, graduates, policymakers, political activists, journalists, administrators, and college/university faculty

  • Provides a context for how student debt was created as a phenomenon much more complex than generational culture

  • Shows there is new hope in the form of a significant, multifaceted movement advocating for student debtors; and that government and banks are responding with new actions and programs


  • Expand title description text