The article focuses on the partisan gerrymandering, a political safeguard of federalism created by the U.S. Constitution to protect the regulatory interests of states and to reflect the partisan affiliation of the electorate. It discusses the judicial standards for the institutional legitimacy and political outcomes of the federalism issues. The article mentions the benefits of partisan gerrymandering that facilitates the state-federal relationship through delegation on national legislation.
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