Belback Analysis

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In “The Benefits of Divorce and Unemployment for Parents of College Students,” Callie Belback, satirically discusses the problems of high tuition and student loans in higher education (1-3). First, Belback addresses the issue of incredibly expensive education with not enough financial aid rewarded to college students forcing people to spend years out of college trying to pay back loans (1). She then points out that with these extremely high costs, families should do everything they can to lower the cost and proposes that parents of college students get divorced and “quit their jobs.” (2). Subsequently, she lists numerous advantages of getting divorced, like independence for students and parent and creating a stronger love between couples,
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