Perpetual Motion, 95 Michigan Law Review 1738 (1997)
Human beings are constantly on the move. Americans are probably the most peripatetic people in the industrialized world, with nearly twenty percent of us each year changing the location of our homes within the United States. Our mobility, however, is insignificant when compared with the migrations of peoples who cross the ocean leaving their societies far behind and casting their lots with new, altogether alien ones.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Schuck, Peter H., "Perpetual Motion" (1997). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1692.