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Corporations and Citizenship
For-profit colleges have elicited wildly divergent reactions, with critics vilifying them and their executives, and supporters seeing in the institutions a necessary and laudable complement to public and nonprofit institutions. As I propose in this chapter, the truth likely lies somewhere between these extremes.
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Sepinwall, A.J. (2014). Education by Corporation: The Merits and Perils of For-Profit Higher Education for a Democratic Citizenry. In Urban, G. (Ed.), Corporations and Citizenship, 88-106. University of Pennsylvania Press.
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