Anya Kamenetz received her B.A. from Yale in 2002 and writes for New York magazine, Salon, The Nation, and The Village Voice, where she earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination for her contributions to the series "Generation Debt: The New Economics of Being You
"Enough material for a solid magazine piece, stretched out to fill a book. Skip to the last chapter."
"An informative and enlightening appraisal of the regimented tests that American schoolchildren of all ages are subjected to taking on a regular basis."
"A decent guide to the coming financial reckoning."
Apparently taking out all those school loans and paying for everything with credit cards hasn't been a recipe for generational economic health.
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