Student Debt’s Red Herring

By Elizabeth MacDonald

Who is to blame for soaring U.S. student loan debt that now surpasses credit card and auto-loan debt, at an estimated $1 trillion, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

The Occupy Wall Street folks blamed the banks, but are the real culprits colleges, which have gouged American families with virtually unchecked hikes in tuition?

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