Thursday, July 13, 2006

School Choice

I can't remember if I ever blogged about this, but it's worth reading: James Forman, Jr., The Secret History of School Choice: How Progressives Got There First. It appeared in the Georgetown Law Journal in 2005.



Blogger Václav Patrik Šulik said...

Exactly. As someone who still thinks of himself as a liberal, I'm constantly surprised at how some traditional liberal ideas such as school choice, federalism (the lab. of the states as Brandies said), the idea of color-blindness are now seen as "conservative" or "right-wing."

Of course, I guess I've always been an idea person, not a party person. If a right-winger or a left-winger has a good idea, it doesn't matter to me if the rest of their ideology is off-base (well, except to refute it).

Keep up the good work.

6:40 AM  

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