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O Democracy, Wherefore Art Thou?
Once upon a time, I truly believed that I had a voice in my government, maybe not directly, but certainly through my elected representatives. Even while my preferred candidate in a particular race didn’t always win, I had more than … Continue reading
Posted in History, Politics Tagged Constitutional convention, gerrymandering, Justice Kennedy, rural states, urban states, Voting 2 Comments