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Outline of the Chapters
Political Liberalism and Educational Pluralism
Government Schooling in America
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achieve American Amish argue argument Arons associations autonomy beliefs Callan Chapter charter schools Christian fundamentalism citizens civic virtue commitment common school movement comprehensive liberal concern conflict Constitution consumerism view Coons and Sugarman culture dialogue discourse ethics discussion dominated economic educational pluralism effectively embodying emphasizes essential families for-profit schools freedom of conscience fundamental funding goal government schooling home schooling ibid ideals important individuals inquiry institutional structure integrity interests in education liberal democracy liberty means mediating structures moral content moral psychology moral-cultural sphere neutral nongovernment schools overlapping consensus parents participation perspective pluralistic political liberalism principle problem proposals protect Protestantism public interests public schools Rawls reasonable comprehensive doctrines religion religious requires respect school choice secular humanism sense of justice significant social capital society Strike suggests teachers teaching thick education thick liberal thick schools thick/thin dilemma tolerance traditions understanding values voluntary associations voucher programs worldview