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Today in Politics

(The Atlantic)

Affirmative action has been somewhat of a political football since colleges first started adopting such policies half a century ago. Even after a district court judge ruled in favor of Harvard this week, affirmative action has been mostly absent on the 2020 campaign trail. So what do candidates for office and other lawmakers talk about when they talk about education?

Student debt and free (or “free”) college.

American families in total are dealing with some $1.6 trillion in student-loan debt, a financial constraint that is stymying Americans’ attempts to buy their first homes and

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