Legal and political rights-based analysis of how the US legal system affects American children. It examines the barriers to child-sensitive public policy, and the true legal status of children with regard to poverty, education, health, special needs, child care, child abuse, juvenile crime and detention, reproductive rights, custody and civil liberties. Describing over 190 leading cases, and including probing commentaries and recent statistics, Child Rights & Remedies is a unique tool for anyone concerned about the well-being of the nation's children.
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