JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, like many diseases, emanates from a complex meshwork of causes, many of which are unidentified. The obvious, although perhaps oversimplified, solution to prevent juvenile delinquency has been to isolate and control through legislation some of its suspected causes. Many of these enacted solutions, however, have failed to accomplish their intended purpose.
Soden, Glenn W.
"Contributing to Delinquency: An Exercise in Judicial Speculation,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 9
, Article 4.
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