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Vengeful Creditor Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Investigate the history of Nigeria since 1970. What complaints do the people of Nigeria have against the government? How have the Nigerian government and other countries responded to these complaints? Is there hope for change?

How do people benefit when they are allowed to have an education? Examine the economic effects of free public education in a developing country. Does it make the workforce more or less productive? Do wages go up or down?

When did the United States introduce free public education? Research the decision to institute public education, and look at some of the arguments offered for and against it.

The novella "A Simple Heart" by nineteenth-century French writer Gustave Flaubert also concerns the fate of a young, uneducated woman who goes to work in a middle-class household. In what ways are the two stories similar? How are they different?

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