Does gerrymandering deserve the awful reputation it has received? Through a revaluation in light of Founding principles, gerrymandering’s hidden virtues are uncovered.

Author information: Jacob Rubel is a rising sophomore at Tufts University majoring in political science, with an emphasis in political theory. He currently works at the Commissioner’s Office in the NYC Administration for Children’s Services.



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