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"[Listed by Philanthropy as one of the Eight Books that Changed America]:
[Chubb and Moe] have done nothing less than produce what is probably the most influential book on K-12 education of the last generation.... Some advocates have been frustrated that school choice hasn't made more political progress, but one things for sure: Without the pioneering work of Chubb and Moe, it wouldn't be where it is today.
"—John J. Miller, National Review, Philanthropy, 7/1/2002
"Surely the most eagerly awaited education book of the year, and very likely destined to become the most influential."—Chester E. Finn, Jr., Vanderbilt University
"Theoretically innovative, empirically well-grounded, methodologically sophistcated, and bristling with provocative policy implications, this study is both path-breaking and definitive. What's more, it explains for the first time exactly how politics makes a difference in American education."—Paul E. Peterson, Harvard University