The Permissibility of Involuntary Sterilization Under the Parens Patriae and Police Power Authority of the State: In Re Sterilization of Moore
Gauvey, Susan K
Shuger, Nancy B
University of Maryland Law Forum 6(3): 109-128, 1976.
Competence; Consent; Due Process; Discrimination; Economics; Equal Protection; Eugenics; Government; Government Regulation; Human Rights; Institutionalized Persons; Involuntary Sterilization; Legal Rights; Legislation; Parental Consent; Parents; Patient Care; Privacy; Power; Regulation; Reproduction; Rights; Social Discrimination; State Government; State Interest; Sterilization; Supreme Court Decisions; Third Party Consent;
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