I Don’t Want to Die Poor

I Don’t Want to Die Poor is a candid, humorous study of the hydra-like power of student loan debt and, as a result, the rising cost of freedom.

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A wise rap group from Staten Island once delivered a succinct definition of post-Reaganomics economic theory: “Cash rules everything around me.” For many millennials, student loan debt is a source of shame, anger and disappointment—a false bill of goods created by a broken system using the manipulation tactics of a seasoned multilevel marketing company. According…

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