January 17, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 17
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PAGE 36 - Commentary
When government adopts educational choice as sound policy, should it help parents choose private as well as public schools? Or should it instead continue its effective monopoly over the schooling of those who cannot afford to pay for an education?
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