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Living in Borrowed Times: The Changing Context of Student Loan Discharge

February 21, 2018

Moral blameworthiness, while not the only justification for excepting educational debt from discharge, is nonetheless the only justification that Congress identified when it first placed specific restrictions on discharging educational debt in 1976. Since then, however, the context of student borrowing has substantially changed.

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