Chasing the ivory

26 Oct 2011 By Martin Hutchinson, Christopher Swann

The $1 trln U.S. student loan market fuels soaring tuition fees and leaves taxpayers on the hook for default. The president’s move to lighten the burden on graduates will only increase defaults. And taxpayers are already getting scant return for rising college subsidies.

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