Voucher Plan Gives Bush Chance to Reach Out

Robinson, Matthew
February 2001
Human Events;02/05/2001, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p4
Focuses on the education voucher plan of United States President George W. Bush. Stance of the Black Alliance for Educational Options; Factors that quickly changed the outlook for school choice; Public opinion on the plan.


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