Rhetorical Analysis: Should Colleges Be Free?

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Perhaps the most rhetorical question would be: Is education important to the development of a country? Everyone knows that the answer is yes. But it is hard to think about how to bring education to the entire population, and also, if to do that is the right choice. In relation to this thinking, the following question was born: Should colleges be free? Definitely, this issue is much more complex than the first one. In my point of view colleges must be free but not every university must be. Personally, I believe that only Community Colleges must be free, at least on the beginning. Opponents of this idea base their opinions in the “deserving thinking”, in others words, they believe that everyone can study in a good college, they just need to pay for it. On the other hand, supporters of this idea argue that in a near future the unemployment rate could going down, the level of …show more content…
People that have the “deserving thinking” certainly will be, at least, unhappy by having to pay for strangers go to college. They also state that probably the colleges will raise the tuitions because the government (taxation of the people) is paying for it. This could worsen a potential bad economic status at the local or even at the state level in the country. On the other hand, this plan has exactly the opposite response as implantation argument. The President wants to give to Americans two years of free community college, in part to increase the economy. In accordance with the white house: “Higher education is the best way to climb the socio-economic ladder.” They see education as a way for low income students to break into the middle class, and they see growing the middle class as a way to fix our economy. This is possible because lowing the students’ debts their purchase power will increase. Therefore, they would spend more money boosting the

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