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The Alleged gerrymander by Mr. Mowat, in 1874

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gerrymander.,
  • Election districts -- Ontario.,
  • Ontario -- Politics and government -- 1867-1905.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 58942
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (7 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17420445M
    ISBN 100665589425

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    gerrymander (jĕr`ēmăn'dər, gĕr–), in politics, rearrangement of voting districts so as to favor the party in objective is to create as many districts as possible in areas of known support and to concentrate the opposition's strength into as few districts as possible, and extremely irregular boundary lines are sometimes necessary to obtain the results desired.   gerrymander •\ˈjer-ē-ˌman-dər, ˈger-\• verb and noun. verb: divide unfairly and to one’s advantage; of voting districts noun: an act of gerrymandering (dividing a voting area so as to give your own party an unfair advantage) The word gerrymander has appeared in 15 New York Times articles in the past year, including on March 25 in the Sunday Book Review “Why Won’t They Listen.


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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Alleged "gerrymander" by Mr. Mowat, in [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?]. gerrymander (jĕr´ēmăn´dər, gĕr–), in politics, rearrangement of voting districts so as to favor the party in objective is to create as many districts as possible in areas of known support and to concentrate the opposition's strength into as few districts as possible, and extremely irregular boundary lines are sometimes necessary to obtain the results desired.

gerrymander (jĕr′ē-măn′dər, gĕr′-) tr.v. gerrymandered, gerrymandering, gerrymanders To divide (a geographic area) into voting districts in a way that gives one party an unfair advantage in elections.

The act, process, or an instance of gerrymandering. A district or configuration of districts whose. Where Did the Term “Gerrymander” Come From.

Elbridge Gerry was a powerful voice in the founding of the nation, but today he’s best known for the political practice with an amphibious origin. Gerrymander definition: to divide the constituencies of (a voting area) so as to give one party an unfair | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

Bold Gerrymander Reform Opens Up Florida Politics. Orlando – With the census likely to trigger a new wave of partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, the bold and sweeping gerrymander reform adopted by Florida and put into play this year for the first time offers a path toward a more level playing field – if other states will heed the Florida’s story.

Richard H. Pildes argued an Alabama redistricting case two terms ago and won a decision that required closer lower-court scrutiny of an alleged racial gerrymander in. Gerrymandering is a documentary feature film written and directed by Jeff Reichert.

The film explores the history and the ethical, moral and racial problems raised by redistricting, i.e., the drawing of boundaries of electoral districts in the United ed by: Jeff Reichert. A book that lays out the road map for a legal challenge that partisan gerrymandering violates the "one person, one vote" principle protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.

Constitution. Lays out the argument with great detail, but the book has some rather glaring editing errors that should have been corrected by the reprint version I /5. Gerrymandering, in U.S. politics, the practice of drawing the boundaries of electoral districts in a way that gives one political party an unfair advantage over its rivals (political or partisan gerrymandering) or that dilutes the voting power of members of ethnic or linguistic minority groups (racial gerrymandering).

Everyone hates the gerrymander, a beast named after a salamander-shaped district authorized by Massachusetts Governor Gerry in Most people agree that voters should choose their politicians, rather than politicians choosing their voters (John Oliver, Eric Holder, and Arnold Schwarzenegger are all anti-gerrymandering).

Many anti-gerrymander crusaders hope they can. ] POLITICAL GERRYMANDERING – dispute, at least one court has adopted her reasoning Some election law scholars, too, have agreed that political gerrymandering is inher-ently self-limiting Pundits have also weighed in: Pew Research Cen- ter president Andrew Kohut argued that the Democratic wave.

The book is, however, structured in one of my least favorite ways to tell a story. My biggest criticism of David Daley's Ratf**ked: How the Democrats Won the Presidency But Lost America is not so much with the information conveyed but rather with the structure and presentation/5. Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about elections, politics, sports, science, economics and lifestyle.

Gerrymandering also violates the territorial principle by creating oddly shaped districts. The term “gerrymandering” arose inwhen a cartoonist drew such a district in Massachusetts in the shape of a salamander, and the newspaper editor called the drawing a gerrymander, after E.

Gerry, the governor of the state at that time. gerrymandering definition: 1. an occasion when someone in authority changes the borders of an area in order to increase the. Learn more. Gerrymandering is the process of drawing political boundaries to favor one political party over others in an electoral system.

In political systems where representatives are assigned based on geography, gerrymandering is an effective way to influence the outcome of elections. By drawing the boundaries so that an opponent has overwhelming control of a district, practitioners.

Gerrymandering is the manipulation of electoral districts to benefit specific politicians or political parties. The problem with gerrymandering is that politicians pick their voters rather than voters picking their politicians. That means that peo. Political jargon terms often have a short life.

Some may remember, but almost no one now uses, terms such as to bork or hanging ander, however, is one of the more successful political jargon terms of all time, but its survival that is somewhat unfair to its namesake, Elbridge Gerry (–), a signer of The Declaration of Independence, governor of Massachusetts, and vice.

I would also suggest finding a short reading on the history of gerrymandering that includes the famous cartoon by Gilbert Stuart, “Better call it a Gerrymander”. As a prior reading assignment, I might have students read from a text or research the term Gerrymander with a graphic organizer asking them to define the term, its history.

Gerrymandering Is On Trial This term, the Supreme Court is hearing a case that could reshape how our democracy works. By Galen Druke. Filed under The Gerrymandering : Galen Druke. (politics) The practice of redrawing electoral districts to gain an electoral advantage for a political party.present participle of gerrymander.Apportionment and gerrymandering Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.