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<<Actually, I tend to ask how this will be funded, and if it won't be done as additional money going to the schools, what required subject do people think need to be dropped?>>

I always figure that the curriculum for such classes will be supplied by large corporations at no charge.


1. How to Minimize Your Monthly Payment Buying Your First New Car
-----GMAC Credit

2. Getting your first Credit Card

3. Buy For Less Than Rent!
--------Local Real Estate Shysters

4. Getting Discounts By Applying For Store Credit
----------- Local Retailer

5. Live Well in College On Student Loans

----------- Almost any college or university

What else deserves to be in this curriculum on "How to Be a Sucker"?

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