THE CONSTITUTIONAL PARENT: Rights, Responsibilities, and the Enfranchisement of the Child
Based on a rigorous reconsideration of the historical record, Shulman challenges the notion that parental rights have a longstanding legal pedigree. He argues that the United States Constitution does not protect a fundamental right to parent. If once again we treat parenting as a delegated responsibility--as a sacred trust, not a sacred right--family law can accommodate the evolving interests of all family members.
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