To what extent and for what reasons would you agree with Goldstein, Freud and Solnit’s view that: ‘… to acknowledge that some parents, whether biological, adoptive or long-time foster may threaten the well-being of their children is not to suggest that state legislatures, courts, or administrative agencies can always offer such children something better and compensate them for what they have missed in their own home. By its intrusion the State may make a bad situation worse, indeed, it may turn a tolerable or even good situation into a bad one.’ (Before the Best Interests of the Child, 1990)