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Rudy Giuliani, Nov/Dec 01
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In New Jersey, where less than 10 percent of the poorest students receive adequate preschool education, it's Abbott v. Burke. In California, where tens of thousands of low-income students are forced to endure roach- and rat-infested schools while making do without textbooks or credentialed teachers, it's Williams v. State of California.
Who knows, maybe if enough aggrieved parents, students and teachers follow suit -- literally -- the system will finally collapse under the weight of its own incompetence.
The American public v. the American education system. It's got a nice ring to it.
Arianna Huffington is a syndicated columnist and author of eight books including the recently published How To Overthrow The Government.
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