Jeffrey Toobin Quotes: Even In Madisons Day The Practice Of

Even In Madison's Day, The Practice Of Gerrymandering For Partisan Advantage Was Familiar. In The Late Seventeen-eighties, There Were Claims That Patrick Henry Had Tried To Gerrymander Madison Himself Out Of The First Congress. The Term Was Coined During Madison's Presidency, To Mock Elbridge Gerry, The Governor Of Massachusetts, Who In 1811 Approved An Election District That Was Said To Look Like A Salamander.
— Jeffrey Toobin —

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