Maximization, Whatever the Cost: Race, Redistricting, and the Department of Justice


Cunningham goes into the Department of Justice to examine how it forced states to maximize minority congressional seats in the Nineties. He analyzes the political, legal, and bureaucratic circumstances that evolved into a transformative policy and suggests how the Department should respond to a decade of judicial reversals.


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