underpopulation case study
GERRYMANDERING AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL NORM AGAINST GOVERNMENT PARTISANSHIP.
...Earlier case law on redistricting acquiesced to the ...-leaning districts tended toward underpopulation and Republican-leaning districts tended toward ...(292) Another study of election fraud cases over the same period ...
Convictions and doubts: retribution, representation, and the debate over felon disenfranchisement.
... underlies the Mormon disenfranchisement cases. Although nineteenth-century courts may have seen ...(51) A recent study estimated that, had ex-offenders who had ...(69) They enable the underpopulation of rural, overwhelmingly white districts relative ...
Rice, resistance, and forced transatlantic communities: (re)envisioning the African Diaspora in Low Country Georgia, 1750-1800.
...); Trevor Richard Reese, Colonial Georgia: A Study in British Imperial Policy in the Eighteenth ...E. Inikori, "Underpopulation in Nineteenth Century West Africa: The Role of ...For the case of Patty and Daniel, Georgia Gazette, 21 May 1789 ...
Parents vs. state.
Governmental policies and the family Human reproduction in virtually all cultures is controlled because it is impacted by economics. This is most evident in western societies where zero population growth was considered the ideal. In the late 1990s, this has shifted to the developing nations aspiring for capitalist social structures.
.... Banks's study suggests that reproduction must be perceived not ...In the best case, those that the programs succeeded in reaching ...A diagnosis of "underpopulation" or "overpopulation" implies that there is a norm ...
"Multiply and replenish": considering same-sex marriage in light of state interests in marital procreation.
... been linked in several other Supreme Court cases involving fundamental constitutional rights ...For example, one study comparing lesbian mothers with non-cohabiting ... note 92, at 205 ("No longer can underpopulation be seen as a problem for this country or the ...