Privatization in the United States: Theory and Practice
Jeffrey R. Henig analyzes the intellectual underpinnings of the privatization movement in the United States. He argues that privatization proponents misinterpret the implications of using market mechanisms -- primarily by local governments -- to provide limited public services. This misinterpretation is used to justify their broader, more ideological claims for cutting back the responsibilities of government as a whole.
Choosing Equality: School Choice, The Constitution, and Civil Society, Joseph P. Viteritti Reviewed by Jeffrey R. Henig
Improving Poor People: The Welfare State, the "Underclass," and Urban Schools as History, Michael B. Katz Reviewed by Jeffrey R. Henig
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