Mirror of Justice

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Monday, June 5, 2017

"When the Ku Klux Klan Tried to Shut Down Religious Schools"

A helpful reminder from Prof. Thomas Kidd about the context of the Pierce v. Society of Sisters case and, let's be candid, about the roots of too much of today's opposition to school choice.  My only quibble might be with the headline, given that the Klan had no problem with "religious" public schools (i.e., the "public" schools of the day were not, in today's terms, "secular").


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