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The Absurdity of the Public School Monopoly

Written by Joel Turtel

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Also under this system, supposerepparttar local Food Board forces you and your family to buy from a particular store. The store clerks know you have to shop in their store, and that they canít be fired. As a result, they soon become indifferent to their customerís needs. The store managers canít be fired, so they managerepparttar 150952 stores badly. The stores canít go out of business because they are supported by taxes, so they give you poor service and rotten food. If you want to change stores, you have to ask permission from your local Food Board bureaucrat, who will usually refuse your request. Also, changing food stores doesnít accomplish much because they are allrepparttar 150953 sameóall owned and operated byrepparttar 150954 same government food monopoly.

If this system sounds absurd to you, if you would scream bloody murder at having to put up with such a system simply to buy food, why do you put up with such a system when it comes to your childrenísí education?

Also, as we noted earlier, those we elect to office are our agents, not our masters. They derive their powers from our consent. They are supposed to represent our interests and follow our instructions. Politicians, bureaucrats, and school authorities therefore have as much right to dictate how we educate our children as a real estate agent has to dictate who we sell our house to and at what price.

The following passage from Isabel Patersonís book, The God ofrepparttar 150955 Machine, sums uprepparttar 150956 proper response to local governments and school authorities who think they haverepparttar 150957 right to dictate how you educate your child:

ďThe most vindictive resentment may be expected fromrepparttar 150958 pedagogic profession for any suggestion that they should be dislodged from their dictatorial position; it will be expressed mainly in epithets, such as reactionary, atrepparttar 150959 mildest."

Nevertheless,repparttar 150960 question to put to any teacher moved to such indignation, is: Do you think nobody would willingly entrust his children to you or pay you for teaching them? Why do you have to extort your fees and collect your pupils by compulsion?

Joel Turtel is the author of ďPublic Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie To Parents and Betray Our Children." Website:, Email:, Phone: 718-447-7348. Article Copyrighted © 2005 by Joel Turtel. NOTE: You may post this Article on another website only if you set up a hyperlink to Joel Turtelís email address and website URL,

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