Kansas City Star: The Slippery Nature of Subsidies (Student Debt Crisis): Document View

Student debt has reached a not-so-cool $1 trillion. Young people saddled with big loan payments are putting off marrying and having children, and buying cars and houses, and they’re not starting businesses.

But the real lesson about subsidies hides behind deeper questions: Who really benefits from a subsidy? In whose pockets does the money end up?

via Kansas City: Document View.

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