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Should the US forgive student loan debt for all?
Student loan debt in the US should be forgiven for all.
Forgiving student loan debt will encourage more people to attend university, thereby generating a more well-trained population.
Forgiving student loan debt would boost the country's economy.
Forgiving student loan debt would make for a more egalitarian society.
Student loans are an example of
and the victims of such should not be compelled to continue to pay for their victimization.
All education should be free, and if we can afford to award the rich bankruptcy up to four or six times, then we can afford to forgive a students debt.
Students with massive loan debts will struggle to be independent, productive members of society after they graduate.
It seems unfair to those who have played by the rules and pay their debts to see others get debt forgiveness.
It would be unfair to those that have chosen less prestigious universities in order to avoid large debt.
Forgiving student debt will raise Americans' taxes.
Forgiving student debt is not fair to those who do not go on to higher education.
People should have personal responsibility by repaying their student loans.
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