July 27, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 39
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PAGE 16 - Commentary
The Reagan Administration often claims that it has encouraged voluntary compliance with civil-rights laws. Yet, in its two and one half years in office, it has eliminated or substantially reduced the very tools that make voluntary compliance with such laws in the education field possible.
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