Volume 5, 2000
John H. Walsh, Professor Emeritus
Recovering School Choice
This article argues against the present government educational monopoly and explains why taxpayers should not be forced to subsidize what is, in effect, an
establishment of a "religion" of secularism. It argues that parents in justice have a right to have the wherewithal to have genuine choice in the education of their children (i.e., to be able to exercise that choice outside of the govemment school monopoly alone).