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“Is our compensation structure fundamentally unjust because we pay primarily for experience and skills, with no consideration for need?”
“My journalism degree was more expensive than my wealthier classmates’ degrees because I couldn’t afford to pay in cash. But that’s a common theme with American systems. Poor people pay high prices. Rich people get discounts.”