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Catholic Social Science Review

Volume 5, 2000

John H. Walsh, Professor Emeritus
Pages 345-347

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).

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