jhsiao writes: As mentioned on NPR, students at the University of Southern California have created a game showing the power politicians wield in the redistricting process.
The game has several missions showing how gerrymandering can be used to create an advantage for one party (like in Texas), to entrench incumbents of both parties (as mentioned before in Slashdot here), or to establish minority representation.
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