The NEA Stonewall

Kirk, Russell
November 1979
National Review;11/23/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 47, p1500
The article comments on the establishment of the Department of Education by the Carter Administration and Congress in the U.S. Key issues discussed include the lobbying initiatives by the National Education Association (NEA) for the creation of the Education Department, as well as an analysis of the political influence exerted by the NEA in Washington.


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