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The McCracken court explained that "'[i]t is a balancing test by which public protection and societal security are weighed against the practical and nonproblematical rehabilitation of the juvenile,'" wherein "'[t]here are no weighted factors and no prescribed method[s] by which more or less weight is assigned to each specific factor.
Generations of Southern literary study, according to Kreyling, have been founded on the notion of a continuous, nonproblematical Southern identity, apparently "immune from vexing questions of gender, sexuality, race, and class" (xi).
A sort of straightforward, almost commonsensical humanism prevails, which takes for granted as nonproblematical such categories as "values" or "attitudes toward life.