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Majority of Students cannot afford collegeEducation in the United States has become more and more necessary in order to succeedin life. While education is becoming extremely necessary, the price to go to college isskyrocketing, resulting in an increase of students having absurd amounts of debt after theygraduate. In the article “Majority of students cannot afford 95 percent of U.S colleges” fromwsw.org, Kathleen Martin argues that the majority of students who come from low incomefamilies cannot afford most colleges of interest. Kathleen, Using recent studies shows, thatfunding cuts have a negative impact on many students and their families, resulting in an all timehigh of student debt.Kathleen Martin creates one of many emotional appeals by adding from a report that“thelow-income student needs to finance an amount equivalent to more than 100 percent of theirfamily’s annual income to attend one year at a four-year college, compared with high-income
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