Whether college tuition should be free to all citizens no matter the individuals circumstances?
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P2: Also, with higher rates of university will also lead to higher level if innovation and productivity growth
C: therefore college should be free for all citizens.
P2: Businesses are effected by market forces through competition.
P3: Like businesses, colleges will improve through competition.
P4: Prices of colleges and their academic standing are linked to market forces.
c: We should not interfere with market forces by allowing free colleges because it will damage the school's credibility and competitiveness.
2. By making college tuition free it will create a basis of equality amongst everyone where anyone can have the potential to get the best education possible based on how intelligent they are and not how much money is in their bank accounts or their families bank account.
3. By college being free it will encourage more people to get education but as long as it's not free it will discourage young adults at 18 years to attend college if they cannot afford it.
C. In conclusion college tuition should be free to all citizens.
1. Having free education will lead to more opportunity and growth for everyone who wants to attend college which will improve the society as more technology will come with it and more people to specialize in different advances.
2. Also with free college we can have more people advancing in the medical field which will help in the general health in the country.
Conclusion: College tuition should be free to all citizens regardless of their background or how much money they have.
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Vote Placed by gomergcc 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Red herring was used by con. If free education makes for bad staff then explain all the great teachers in public free k-12
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