The Moot Point of Gerrymandering

Fixing this won’t fix much

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Let’s imagine a society called Pond. It has 1000 citizens: 500 Frogs and 500 Turtles. This society has a parliament of 10 representatives to make legislative decisions. This parliament uses geographical areas to elect its representatives. Pond is divided into 10, similar-sized, pie shapes. Each pie has about a 50/50 Frog/Turtle split.




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