Guest Columnists
Friday, February 15, 2013
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A tilted process shreds our sense of commonality

Sadly, the U.S. House of Representatives no longer does what it is supposed to do -- function as the body of government that most closely mirrors the popular will.

States' partisan gerrymandering -- reworking congressional districts to favor a particular party -- is one problem, and a nasty one, but Democrats in particular and the country in general also face another headach...

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