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Paper: One Person, One Vote, 435 Seats

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I just stumbled across this paper from 2011:
One Person, One Vote, 435 Seats: Interstate Malapportionment and Constitutional Requirements Is Our Constitutional Order Broken - Structural and Doctrinal Questions in Constitutional Law: Gerrymandering, Congressional Representation, and Trust in the Political System Connecticut Law Review.
Professor Jeffrey Ladewig,
University of Connecticut,
Department of Political Science

It appears to reinforce the point of Section Six, but admittedly I have not read it yet.
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