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Should the United States Admit New States to Achieve Equal Representation?

A Note in the Harvard Law Review suggests that new states should be admitted to the union to ensure equal representation. The author contends that “the Constitution remains a document with brilliant features, among them separation of powers, checks and balances, and federalism. This proposal retains all of them; it simply asks that we reconsider some of the provisions that no longer serve our time.” Read more here.