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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Obstructionism << Gerrymandering and How to Fix It

Look what happens when a computer draws congressional district boundaries based on geographical proximity (the no-brainer way of doing it, which is hardly ever done any more). The irony, as the chap explains in the video, is that the more districting favors a party, the less wiggle room the representative has, and the more political inertia builds up, negating the impulse behind the gerrymandering. Thanks Rick Muller! And here's the article.

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