I was particularly impressed with the chapter on race and school choice by Robert Woodson. There he addresses the most intractable challenge facing us—the predicament of low income blacks plagued by fatherless families. He argues that such a deep quandary cannot be solved by “distant experts” or by the government. Rather, those who have “first-hand experience” are the most likely problem solvers, and they are the ones who agitate for vouchers that poor people can use to access schools that can make a real difference in their lives.
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