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From the PublisherThis interesting, ingeniously argued, insightful and informative and very timely book makes a convincing case for the state's duty to guarantee the conditions necessary for all children to attain a minimal degree of autonomy, by ensuring proper parenting and education.— Metapsychology
"Justice for Children is a morally serious work; it is intended as a call for action as well as thought."— Journal for Peace and Justice Studies
"The author writes about creating a world that is better for children, and writing as a philosopher, develops a sustained argument for improving children's lives. Offering radical conclusions and proposals, he touches upon profoundly important social justice questions of how to ensure that children are raised in a manner that maximizes their potential to lead happy and productive lives."— Martin Guggenheim, author of What's Wrong with Children's Rights"