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Districting and the Meanings of Pluralism: The Court’s Futile Search for Standards in Kiryas Joel


Stephen E. Gottlieb


Albany Law School

2002

THE U.S. SUPREME COURT AND THE ELECTORIAL PROCESS, David K. Ryden, ed., Georgetown University Press, 2000 (Reprinted with permission)

Abstract:     
The Court had difficulty in figuring out what went wrong in Kiryas Joel because it does not understand gerrymandering and therefore had no standard against which to measure what had happened or to judge whether the intention was proper or improper

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Keywords: Constitutional law, democracy, republican government, elections, districting, gerrymandering

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Date posted: March 25, 2010  

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Gottlieb, Stephen E., Districting and the Meanings of Pluralism: The Court’s Futile Search for Standards in Kiryas Joel (2002). THE U.S. SUPREME COURT AND THE ELECTORIAL PROCESS, David K. Ryden, ed., Georgetown University Press, 2000 (Reprinted with permission). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1573657

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Albany Law School ( email )
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Albany, NY 12208
United States
518-445-2348 (Phone)

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