Perhaps Student Loan Debt Really Is Not To Blame For Slow Growth?

Among many in the economics world, it's a forgone presumption that student loan debt is harming economic growth.

And the concern is not just for short-run economic conditions.  Rather, a graver concern is on the long-term effect student loan debt could have on the competitiveness of the American economy for generations to come.

These concerns, though, may just be another case of economists and elected officials needing something to talk about.
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