- Title Pages
- Part I Adolescence: Social Facts And Legal Theory
- One Childhood and Public Law before the Revolution
- Two Modern Adolescence as a Learner’s Permit
- Three The Problem of Individual Variation
- Conclusion To Part I
- Part II A Rationale For American Juvenile Justice
- Four The Common Thread
- Five Penal Proportionality for the Young Offender
- Part III The Adolescent Offender
- Six Kids, Groups, and Crime
- Seven Two Patterns of Age Progression in Adolescent Crime
- Eight The Case of the Disappearing Superpredator
- Part IV Policy Problems In Modern Juvenile Justice
- Nine The Jurisprudence of Teen Pregnancy
- Ten Juvenile or Criminal Court?
- Eleven Reducing the Harms of Minority Overrepresentation in American Juvenile Justice
- Twelve Choosing a Coherent Policy toward Juveniles and Guns
- Thirteen The Hardest of the Hard Cases
- Notes and References
- American Juvenile Justice
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