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English: President Barack Obama's Weekly Address "'Making Higher Education More Affordable for the Middle Class" from August 24, 2013. Original description of the speech: "In his weekly address, President Obama notes that while college education has never been more important, it has also never been more expensive, which is why he proposed major new reforms this week to make college more affordable for middle class families and those fighting to get into the middle class."
Source The White House Blog
Author The White House
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Transcript at the White House website.


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