Lomax makes the argument that the market for college graduates in 2012 demands more graduates. What he doesn't realize is that the education market is NOT a free market, and the signals it gives need to be interpreted differently. I'm on CCAP's side on this one, but Leaf and especially Vedder, pale in comparison to Spellings and Lomax in the art of debate. Richard looks extremely nervous and talks far too fast.
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