(Guest post by Greg Forster)
Yesterday I did a short and sweet radio interview in Oklahoma (well, they were in Oklahoma) on my recent article about religious leaders and school choice. Roman Catholics and Jews were praised for maintaining their traditions in the face of great pressure to homogenize; evangelical skepticism of choice as entanglement with the state was both sympathized and respectfully disagreed with. Choice programs, as I pointed out, have actually created political constituencies that turn out and rally at state capitals to defend private school autonomy when it is threatened!
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