My answer to that depends on what brand of LOA would be taught.
Most LOA books teach a type of manifestation that is completely detached from any kind of value or belief system. In my opinion, when you do that, thereby leaving people without moral guidelines, you encourage them to become selfish pricks who will only chase after more toys, more riches, and more instant gratification.
Service to Self instead of Service to Others.
If I were speaking in religious terms, I’d say you put them on the road to Hell.
So if you told me to teach our youngsters manifestation—which really is a sort of magic innate to human beings, a divine creative spark, if you will—I’d start by telling them that with great power comes great responsibility (thank you, Spiderman’s uncle!).
Next I would tell them that the reason we’re all here is for spiritual evolution.
You throw that raw gemstone that’s your soul into a tumbler and watch it bounce around until it has lost the rough edges and is polished and smooth and shines. The end result, ideally, is that you’ve become the best version of yourself that you can possibly be.
Some of us are being taken through a special process, being hand-selected and cut and polished over and over. If they don’t break, they’ll emerge as an exquisite, sparkling jewel.
Those are the people who triumph over especially tough circumstances in their lives and come out the other end as teachers for mankind and an inspiration for everyone they meet.
You don’t get that by scrambling to keep up with the Joneses, or making it your life’s goal to own a yacht.