Redistricting: A Story Of Divisive Politics, Odd Shapes : Fresh Air Journalist Robert Draper's article for The Atlantic traces how the redistricting process has been manipulated for electoral gain. It has created increasingly solid Republican or Democratic congressional districts, which has led to more representatives who are unwilling to compromise, Draper tells Fresh Air.

Redistricting: A Story Of Divisive Politics, Odd Shapes

Redistricting: A Story Of Divisive Politics, Odd Shapes

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Journalist Robert Draper's article for The Atlantic traces how the redistricting process has been manipulated for electoral gain. It has created increasingly solid Republican or Democratic congressional districts, which has led to more representatives who are unwilling to compromise, Draper tells Fresh Air.