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October 08, 2004

"A Public Policy Failure"

What was the fundamental reason for the disastrous failure of Texas's school finance equalization program? "Lawyers, not economists, designed the system." (Virginia Postrel, New York Times, Oct. 7; Caroline M. Hoxby & Ilyana Kuziemko, "Robin Hood and His Not-So-Merry Plan", July 2004).

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