“The Common Law Origins of the Infield Fly Rule,” published in the Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1975. In this article, the author, the late William S. Stevens, drew an analogy between the historical development of baseball’s “infield fly rule” and the corresponding development of English common law as it applies to the regulation of human behavior.

“The Common Law Origins of the Infield Fly Rule,” published in the Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1975. In this article, the author, the late William S. Stevens, drew an analogy between the historical development of baseball’s “infield fly rule” and the corresponding development of English common law as it applies to the regulation of human behavior.Your task is to clearly define the step-wise process by which the “infield fly rule” evolved and the reasons for its adoption. Next, you are to show the analogy between this rule’s evolution (step-wise process) and the corresponding adjustments of Anglo-American common law to the regulation of human behavior, as contrasted with European legal systems. You should consult your text, pages 331 through 335, for a further discussion of analogical argumentation before embarking on this assignment.The paper is to be minimum four pages in length (excluding bibliography), double-spaced, in 12-point font, and with one-inch margins on all four sides. Your name and class period are to appear in the upper right-hand corner of the first page and the title, centered on the same, is to read “Paper”; each page will be numbered.The source that should be referenced is the one attached.