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Political Correctness and Public Finance


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The Twenty-ninth Wincott Memorial Lecture delivered on 14th October 1999. Includes a forward by Geoffrey Owen.

Tax and Fiscal Policy
Political correctness is the free world’s latest fashionable ideology, a mix of extremist egalitarian doctrines which threaten civil society. In this book Dennis O’Keefe argues that political correctness flourishes because of state-financing of education, which leads to a lack of competition and the dominance of producer interests over those of educational consumers.

1999, Studies in Education No. 9, ISBN 978 0 255 36478 2, 114pp, PB



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