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Justice, one of the core values of the children's liberation movement, is fair treatment that respects people's rights. Thus, it overlaps strongly with the other core values of liberty, social equality, tolerance, and personal responsibility. Issues involving justice include the treatment of children by the juvenile justice system; the laws that allow parents to arbitrarily administer corporal punishment when he judges that his child has behaved inappropriately; the zero-tolerance policies of taxpayer-funded school systems that severely punish students for minor infractions; and so on.