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Not "Wrongful" by Any Means: The Court's Decisions in the Redistricting Cases
(Houston Law Review, 1997)
Minority representation itself should be viewed by the voting rights community as something much broader than the representation that takes place when voters and legislators share skin pigmentation. The Supreme Court and ...
Supreme Court's Rulings on Congressional Districts Could Benefit Minority Voters
(The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1996)
With the Supreme Court's latest rulings, redistricters can no longer pack minority voters into super-minority districts. The effect of those decisions thus may ulti mately be far more beneficial for minority group voters ...