Center for Public Research and Leadership
In John Chubb and Terry Moe's book, choice is hot; voice is not. As influential as their book has become in current policy debates, however, its data and reasoning may support policies the reverse of those that the authors and their "New Paradigm" disciples propose. In this review, voice is hot; choice is not.
James S. Liebman,
Voice, Not Choice,
Yale L. J.
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