That Monstrous DOE

Kirk, Russell
August 1979
National Review;8/31/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 35, p1096
The article reports on the establishment of a federal Department of Education in the United States. The House of the Representatives has already passed a bill which aims to establish the department. The National Education has also exerted efforts to push the measure to Congress and to take chance for the legislation to be vetoed by the president.


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