What happens if large numbers of elected federal officials die or become incapacitated? Who runs the country?
Almost every chapter in Fault Lines in the Constitution opens with a story. With thanks to Virginia Hamilton’s Anthony Burns: The Defeat and Triumph of
Gerrymandering is the process of redrawing the borders of a congressional district to favor the members of one party or racial or ethnic group.
You would think that a book about the Constitution would not need to be updated on a biweekly basis.