November 12, 1986
Vol. 06, Issue 10
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PAGE 17 - Commentary
Collective bargaining in public education does not work very well.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
Can prayer and public schooling coexist in the United States? I maintain that they can and even should, but not in the fashion proposed by current school-prayer advocates.
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