Author: Samuel T. Lair

Samuel is a PhD student at the Hillsdale College, Van Andel School of Statesmanship, Hilldale, Michigan, where he studies the political theory and statesmanship of the American Founding.

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Partisan Politics and the Laws Which Shaped the First Congress

Every ten years the United States engages in the process of re-apportionment, wherein each state with more than one House seat redraws their Congressional districts. Simultaneously, every re-districting cycle partisans, activists, and pundits alike all bewail the harmful effects of gerrymandering on the process. Far from a modern phenomenon, partisan politics has always had a […]

by Samuel T. Lair