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A Constitutional Conspiracy Unmasked: Why "No State" Does Not Mean "No State", Mark A. Graber Jan 1993

A Constitutional Conspiracy Unmasked: Why "No State" Does Not Mean "No State", Mark A. Graber

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From The Constitutionality Of Juvenile Curfew Ordinances To A Children's Agenda For The 1990s: Is It Really A Simple Matter Of Supporting Family Values And Recognizing Fundamental Rights?, Michael K. Jordan Jan 1993

From The Constitutionality Of Juvenile Curfew Ordinances To A Children's Agenda For The 1990s: Is It Really A Simple Matter Of Supporting Family Values And Recognizing Fundamental Rights?, Michael K. Jordan

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The analysis of the constitutionality of curfew ordinances provides a window into a process that obfuscates rather than clarifies the nature of the constitutional problem. By defining the issue as one governed by rights, we limit our ability to comprehend the larger issue of how the Supreme Court has defined the relationship between minors, the family and society. The issue of the rights of minors as they relate to curfew ordinances offers a measure of solace by reducing the number of disturbing questions which concern cultural change and public policy decisions relating to the family. An understanding of this process ...