Opinion: The Wall Street Journal Finds The Most Inane Angle Yet On The Student-Debt Crisis
“I spend a lot of time mulling over the problems that have been brought about by the rise of student debt — the millions of financial lives shattered by needless defaults, the ruined credit scores stopping young people from buying homes. These are urgent issues. You know what I really couldn’t care less about? Whether or not someone who spent $90,000 on an MBA gets to start a gluten-free cereal company,” Jordan Weissman writes in The Atlantic.
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