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Section VIII
The New House of Representatives
 


 
In This Section:

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In This Web Pamphlet:

I. The Promise: A Representational House

II. A Brief History of Apportionment

III.
Our Imperial House

IV.
The Incumbency Franchise

V.
Congress vs. the Constitution

VI.

VII.

VIII.

IX.
The Electoral College

X.

Appendix.
Search & Additional Resources

 
 


 

 
In This Section:

  
 

In This Web Pamphlet:

I. The Promise: A Representational House

II. A Brief History of Apportionment

III.
Our Imperial House

IV.
The Incumbency Franchise

V.
Congress vs. the Constitution

VI.

VII.

VIII.

IX. The Electoral College

X.

Appendix. Search & Additional Resources

 
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Some may believe that the extent of our representation should be constrained by the physical size of Congress. Winston Churchill warned that: “We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us.”1 The fate of our nation may be at risk due — quite literally — to our inability to think outside of the box.
 
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“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free ... 
      it expects what never was and never will be.”

– Thomas Jefferson


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