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I have been writing on the student-loan crisis for more than 20 years. I have been blogging about it on condemnedtodebt.org for about 10 years. Over the years, I've posted more than 850 essays, and so far, only one person has threatened to kill me. (That turned out to be a misunderstanding).
Unfortunately, the federal student loan program has not been reformed in any substantive way since it was created in 1965. As I have tirelessly argued, Bankruptcy relief is the only straightforward remedy for the abuse; and that reform is not on the political horizon.
I have recently begun shifting my focus to giving practical advice about how to avoid falling into the student-loan trap. Once students have crossed the line into excessive student debt, they become like saber-toothed tigers who stumble into the La Brea tar pits. They can never get out.