Power to the People? Populism and the Politics of School Choice in the United States
I use the definition of populism as a discursive frame to consider the extent to which the politics of school choice in the United States have been populist. This analysis offers a novel way to understand how political actors have forged coalitions to support school choice and suggests how they may...
|Main Author:||Singer, Jeremy|
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|published in:||Journal of school choice Vol. 15; no. 1; pp. 88 - 112|
|Data of publication:||01/02/2021|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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