The United States Supreme Court recently upheld a New York law requiring that any changes in county government must be approved by a majority of city residents and a majority of noncity dwellers. The author discusses the case and concludes that its result is inconsistent with the "one person-one vote" concept.
Philip L. Martin,
The Requirement of Concurrent Majorities in a Charter Referendum: The Supreme Court's Retreat from Voting Equity,
Duq. L. Rev.
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