So writes Allison Benedikt in Slate this week.
James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute offers a rebuttal:
Aren’t the "bad people" — to use Allison Benedikt’s language — here the ones who would trap lower-income and poor kids in their local education monopoly? Or as Alex Tabarrok puts it: "Barricading parents into the poor schools their government offers them is like barricading people into communist East Germany."
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