Right Turn: The Conservative Revolution in Education
It illumines the ideas that underlie their nimble campaign; heir tenets of parent power, selection, accountability, the national curriculum. Their generalship is too easily dismissed as pragmatic and hasty, and this book shows the strategic sureness and deft tactics involved in breaking the long truce of consensus politics.
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