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107 Likewise, in 1979 the Court struck down a state statute requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion. lOB The Court reiterated that children are not immune to constitutional protection merely on account of their age. 109 As a whole, these sexuality rulings reveal the Court's preference for protection over autonomy. The decisions regarding pornography and obscenity justify a lower constitutional threshold in order to protect children. Given their innocence, immaturity, and vulnerability, social integration requires broad protective powers.
S. society, child liberators offer a devastating critique of both the motives and accomplishments of the Progressive child reformers. They argue that the agencies and institutions established by the reformers have performed dismally, contributing significantly to the oppression and victimization of children. Furthermore, they challenge the premises underpinning the Progressive reforms, as well as the true motives and intentions of the child savers. Andrew Platt's influential critique of the juvenile justice system illustrates a revisionist assessment of the Progressive reforms.