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July 1996

July 1996

Volume 46, 1996

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Restoring Parental Responsibility for Education

Separation of School and State Would Re-Establish Parents' Rights and Responsibilities
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How to Separate School and State: A Primer

School Reform Is the Biggest Public Policy Question of the Century
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The Spread of Education Before Compulsion: Britain and America in the Nineteenth Century

Government Education Increased Bureaucracy and Reduced Liberty
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Education: What About the Poor?

Government Education Harms Low-Income Children Most Severely
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Teachers Unions: Are the Schools Run for Them?

No Simple Reform Will Break the Power of Teachers' Unions
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Government Licensing: The Enemy of Employment

How Come Many People Who Want to Work Can't Find Jobs?
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When Entrepreneurs Become Victims

Why Did the FTC Pursue the Publisher of Hooked on Phonics?
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Liberty and Responsibility: Inseparable Ideals

Liberty Is Vulnerable to Decay into Mere License
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Rejecting Responsibility

The Actions of Well-Intentioned Do-Gooders Continue to Plague Us
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The Virtues of Competition

Competition Encourages Better Performance
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