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Research Proposal  Free College Education Laura Diaz  Professor Wehr  October 16 th  2016
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Abstract  Since the beginning of higher education, students have expressed their various opinion on the cost of college. As years go by students must pay a higher price for their futures. Tuition,  housing, meal plans etc.… Those are only a few of the expenses college students must pay in  order to attend school. Even though college is a luxury of life, in my opinion we should not make it free by increasing taxes. Offering more scholarships and grants should be the way to make  college free. By raising taxes you’re not making college free, you’re just making society pay for  it.  Objective  While speaking to varies college students about their financial status and how they plan  to pay for college, I came up with a couple of conclusions. I tend to convince my audience,  current college students, that by listening to political figures like Bernie Sanders, they won’t  achieve the free education they’re seeking. My plan is to convince them that raising taxes won’t  fix the problem and that there are other ways to achieve free education. This essay will hopefully change some opinions and open up the eyes of those who so desperately want free education. I  will use great facts and present some great solutions to the problems addressed in hope for a  better college experience.  Methods  Ethos: The credibility of my sources will express my opinion with great facts to back it  up. My interviews with current college students who have found different ways to pay for 
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college will demonstrate my strong opinions. While my research on ex-presidential candidate  Bernie Sanders will disprove everything he said wrong. 
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