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The interstate migration of persons presents the United States with one of its most acute economic and social problems and carries in its wake a series of significant legal questions. Of paramount importance is the constitutional question whether the migration of indigents is subject to state control. To lend understanding to this problem, attention will be called first to the basic economic and social urges underlying interstate migration and second to the position of the indigent as defined by traditional legal concepts. To complete the discussion, suggestions will be offered for corrective federal legislation.
Edward W. Adams,
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - STATE CONTROL OF INTERSTATE MIGRATION OF INDIGENTS,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol40/iss5/6
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