Neal McCluskey discusses the inevitable culture clashes in public schools.

January 8, 2008
Throughout American history, public schooling has produced political disputes, animosity, and sometimes even bloodshed between diverse people. According to Neal McCluskey, Associate Director of Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom, such clashes are inevitable in government-run schooling because all Americans are required to support the public schools, but only those with the most political power control them. Political — and sometimes even physical — conflict has thus been an inescapable public schooling reality.

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