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TorgoX (1933)

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Friday October 04, 2002
10:46 PM

School Choice

[ #8184 ]
Dear Log,

«...but everyone knows how [school] choice operates: subtly but certainly the middle classes always congregate if they can. Selection happens covertly so that their schools avoid taking any nightmare children while the next-door schools sink under the weight of more than they can digest. Tony Blair talks of hard decisions and the need in this individualistic era to give people choices. But he refuses to acknowledge that there is an age-old conflict between liberty (choice) and equality. He needs to confront it and at least admit there is a problem.»

--"Business as usual for Blair amid the global hurricanes"

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