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Lawrence Schäfer

, then, it may now be said that parents of legitimate children enjoy equal parental authorityl41. VI. - Synthesis: the judicial development of a doctrine of parental authority in respect of illegitimate children Under the influence first of British colonial policy and later the malign dogma of apartheid

Marc de Wilde

product of the English idea of the trust, which had come to permeate British colonial policy since the time of Burke’: Gough, Political trusteeship ( supra , n. 3), p. 191, note 1. Contrary to Gough, I believe that the adjective ‘sacred’ should be read as a reference to the Roman fides . 134 Cf. Nörr, Die

Laurence Dickey

, Defenders, p. 24. "4 On the Franklin-Shelburne collaboration, see the documents in C. Alvord and C. Carter, eds., Trade and Politics IJ67-1769 (Springfield, IL: Illinois State Historical Library 19 21 ) p. 1-81; and the discussion in R. A. Humphreys, 'Lord Shelburne and British Colonial Policy, 1766