[Fwd: Government competition]

Dale R. Reed (dale-reed@postoffice.worldnet.att.net)
Wed, 02 Oct 1996 05:39:03 -0700

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Greetings, Had to resend this to you Sudbury people because the
original message got returned because I used an old address. Dale

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Dale R. Reed wrote:

Greetings all, Check out
http://www.seattletimes.com/topstories/browse/html/home_100196.html for
a front page of Tuesday evenings Seattle Times titled "Home-school
programs are lucrative for districts,
State funds for alternative students boost budgets, help provide
guidance." These cyber and otherwise government programs are in
direct competition with Puget Sound Community School and other
alternative, private, religious, whatever non-government schools. As a
libertarian I don't like it but I was wondering what the rest of you
think? Dale