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Geometry And Gerrymandering: Can Math Fix Politics?


A group of mathematicians is meeting this week at Tufts University to discuss the legal and technological issues surrounding gerrymandering, the practice of setting up electoral districts to favor a particular political party.

Reporter Carol Zall (@zallster1looks at their efforts to develop a more nonpartisan approach to drawing up legislative districts.

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