The Anti-Constitutional Legal Campaign against Gerrymandering Reaches the Supreme Court

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.”

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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.