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The development of the laws of corporal punishment reinforces this hypothesis.
In contrast, the Court's treatment of corporal punishment indicates that legislatures would reach the same or similar results as Court-mandated evolving standards of decency, but that the law would change at a rate that better corresponds with public opinion.
amp; POL'Y 59, 76-78 (2010) (discussing the statutory regulation of corporal punishment in several states, including New York and Pennsylvania).
Timothy John Nolen, Smacking Lesson: How the Council of Europe's Ban on Corporal Punishment Could Serve as a Model for the United States, 16 CARDOZO J.
Pare Skokos, Legislative Update: A Trend Toward Abolition of Corporal Punishment in the United States, 30 CHILD.
Countdown to Universal Prohibition, GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO END ALL CORPORAL PUNISHMENT, http://endcorporalpunishment.
Fuller, The Science and Statistics Behind Spanking Suggest that Laws Allowing Corporal Punishment are in the Best Interests of the Child, 42 AKRON L.
See David Orentlicher, Spanking and Other Corporal Punishment of Children by Parents: Overvaluing Pain, Undervaluing Children, 35 HOUS.