On Parliament

American gerrymandering is a famous problem in politics and geography. Even mathematicians threw their hats into the race to develop a nice solution to the problem. It turns out that historically speaking, citizen representation in the House is relatively unbiased currently.

Dunwich is a village which was a regional power during the Middle Ages in England. Unfortunately, the North Seas seems to have a vendetta against this little parish and battered it to the point where only 200 inhabitants lived in the village in the 19th century. Of those 200, only some 30 can vote.

It somehow still had 2 representatives in the House before redistricting occurred in 1832.

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