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Should governments fund liberal arts degrees?
The government should not fund liberal arts degrees.
Government funding liberal arts degrees is regressive: it forces poorer people to pay for richer people's education.
Liberal arts graduates do not have good job prospects.
Demand for liberal arts degrees is falling over time.
Government funding should only be used to produce graduates who can directly help society.
Government funding for liberal arts degrees is needed if the liberal arts are to be accessible to the whole population.
Cutting funding to the liberal arts would hurt the entire university structure.
In a democratic society, a basic grounding in liberal arts is necessary to be a good citizen.
Graduates with a thorough understanding of ethics, philosophy, and history are needed in order to guide the careful development of powerful new technologies.
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