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Should there be a limit on how much debt a young person takes on?

By Paul Schofield, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Bates College
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Young people might take on a lot of debt without considering its consequences for their older years. A philosopher makes a case for laws to limit that debt as a duty toward self.

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