I like this thinking but would also like to see more emphasis on responsibilities along with the rights. As a social worker I am daily dealing with people in their 20's and 30's who assume the state will always provide them with income support in one way or another. They have no thought whatsoever of any form of contribution on their part. This excepts the children they so often heedlessly include in the equation without consideration for either the future of those kids, or of their own. Where do they think the support will come from if they are not part of contributing to it?