Education between States, Markets, and Civil Society: Comparative Perspectives

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Index

A
ActionAid, 224
Address to the German Nation, 107
Agents of Civil Society
the family as, 130
governments as, 127
markets as, 129
Agostini v. Felton, 49
Aguilar v. Felton, 154
Altenstein, Baron, 111
America 2000, 209, 213
Annenberg Challenge, 147
Aristotle, 14, 38
Associations of mutual exploration, 50

B
Barnard, Henry, 112
Beckedorff, Ludolf, 111
Bergius, Johann Heinrich, 105
Berlin, Isaiah, 3
Between-group conversations, 44–48
Blair, Tony, 208–210
Board of Education v. Mergans, 49
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 13–15
Bourdieu, Pierre, 134
British Civil Service, 25
Brown v. Board of Education, 115,
Buss, Frances, 89

C
California Proposition, 148
Catholic Schools and the Common Good, 38
Charter schools, 47
Christian Coalition, 211
Chubb, John, 103
Church monopoly, 22
City Technology Colleges (UK), 93
Civil Service, 25
Civil Society, 1, 101
American and European experiences of 120;
and critical theory, 222
and fraternité, 123
and global civil society, 226
and liberal theory, 223
and lobbyism, 126
and market exchanges, 125
and neo-Marxist theory, 229

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