Table of contents for Race, redistricting, and representation : the unintended consequences of Black majority districts / David T. Canon.

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List of Tables and Figures
Introduction: Race, Redistricting, and Representation in the U.S. House of Representatives
Chapter One: Black Interests, Difference, Commonality, and Representation
Chapter Two: A Legal Primer on Race and Redistricting
Chapter Three: The Supply-Side Theory of Racial Redistricting, with Matthew M. Schousen and Patrick J. Sellers
Chapter Four: Race and Representation in the U.S. House of Representatives
Chapter Five: Links to the Constituency
Chapter Six: Black Majority Districts: Failed Experiment or Catalyst for a Politics of Commonality?
Appendix A. Data Sources
Appendix B. Procedures for Coding the Newspaper Stories

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Gerrymandering United States, United States, Congress, House Election districts, Election districts United States, Apportionment (Election law) United States, Representative government and representation United States, African American legislators