5 Duke J. Const. L. & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/dukpup5 and id is 1 raw text is: DUKE JOURNAL OF
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
& PUBLIC POLICY
VOLUME 5                                                      2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
F O R E W O R D   ............................................................................................................... i
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
GETTING FROM HERE TO THERE IN REDISTRICTING REFORM
H eather  K . G erken  ............................................................................................. 1
Is THERE A WAY TO DESIGN AN APOLITICAL REDISTRICTING PROCESS?
THE INEVITABILITY OF GERRYMANDERING: WINNERS AND LOSERS UNDER
ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO REDISTRICTING
Ju stin  B uchler ........................................................................................................ 17
DON'T JUST MAKE REDISTRICTERS MORE ACCOUNTABLE TO THE PEOPLE,
MAKE THEM THE PEOPLE
Steven  F. H uefner ...........................................................................................   37
How WILL COMPUTERS BE USED IN THE NEXT ROUND OF REDISTRICTING?
THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF COMPUTERS IN REDISTRICTING
Micah Altman
M ichael M cD onald  ........................................................................................... 69
OHIO'S USE OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO DEMONSTRATE
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE REDISTRICTING PROCESS
M ark  J. Sailing, Ph.D ., G ISP  ............................................................................. 113
WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE MAJORITY-MINORITY DISTRICT?
THE FUTURE OF SECTION 2 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT IN THE HANDS OF
A CONSERVATIVE COURT
Luis  F uentes-R ohw er ......................................................................................... 125
MAJORITY-LATINO DISTRICTS AND LATINO POLITICAL POWER
M elissa  R . M ichelson, Ph.D   .............................................................................. 159

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