Socialism for thee, but not for me
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Submitted by Andrew Terhune (United States), Mar 31, 2016 17:16
It seem extraordinarily unfair that those who get to attend Harvard and other elite universities will on average earn considerably more over their lifetimes than those who go to merely average colleges or don't go to college at all. The most obvious solution is a tax on those educated in the Ivy League (of which this author is one) so that the pecuniary benefits of attending these institutions can be spread more fairly. Why aren't Harvard students protesting until such a tax is passed?
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