December 21, 1983

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Societal subsidy of higher education was worthwhile when the generation that is currently running things went to college, but it should be cut sharply now because it is no longer a good investment.
Joseph L. Conn's Commentary, "Making Private Schools 'More Equal'" (Education Week, Nov. 16, 1983), makes clear the intellectual bankruptcy and lack of historical perspective of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
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