January 11, 2019
James W. Lucas, The National Review
“The most basic question of any representative democracy is how the people pick their representatives. Such a profound change in this basic function should not be the judiciary’s to make.”
JAMES W. LUCAS — James W. Lucas is an attorney in New York City. He is the author of Fifty States, Not Six: A Bipartisan Approach to Reforming the Electoral College and Assuring That Every Citizen’s Vote Counts and other writings on constitutional issues. His current project is a book on how to decentralize the U.S. government, which will include a chapter on state divisions.