Best Interests or Harm to Reverse Parental Decisions: Each in Its Own Domain

American Journal of Bioethics 18 (8):41-44 (2018)
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The justification for restrictive state intervention (RSI) such as criminal punishment or state reversal of parental decisions is called a limiting, or intervention (Buchanan and Brock 1989, 10), p...



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