Family Law Quarterly
As the last days of the current century approach, the principles of family autonomy and parental authority are under attack. The legal landscape is littered with examples of both legislative and judicial invasions of family privacy. This essay reviews the persistent and sustained assaults on the autonomy and authority of natural parents.
John DeWitt Gregory,
Whose Child Is It, Anyway: The Demise of Parental Autonomy and Parental Authority, 33 Fam. L.Q. 833
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