Bush is a little too RANDy

Levitt, Mirra
September 2000
American Prospect;09/11/2000, Vol. 11 Issue 20, p8
Reports on the citation of a study conducted by the RAND Corp. on education reforms by Laura Bush, wife of United States presidential candidate George W. Bush. Impact of the reforms on Texas; Basis of the findings of the RAND study; Role of Texas businessman Ross Perot for implementing the reforms.


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