“Working Class Students Feel The Pinch”
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November 11, 2013
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Burd (though none of these things are explicitly referenced in his writing). In this piece there is no overt evidence that the aforesaid attributes influence his opinion. In general, albeit with only superficial evidence, there appears to be little reason for Mr. Burd to write with ulterior motives.
Working class students struggling to pay for college would certainly advocate what he is writing...
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Burd to write with ulterior motives.
Working class students struggling to pay for college would certainly advocate what he is writing. The Chronicle of Higher Education would be more of a vessel by which Mr. Burd promulgates his opinion rather than an advocate. Worth noting is the fact that Mr. Burd does not appear to be supported by any high profile organizations...
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