Balancing the Interests
This chapter draws some conclusions from the preceding discussions, particularly whether the prospect is likely that the law, and especially the United States Supreme Court, is capable of developing a coherent, consistent policy with respect to children's rights. It covers the following issues: paternalism versus autonomy, private law, public law, protection from inadequate parenting, and the juvenile justice system.
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