Does the House need more representatives? | IN 60 SECONDS

BOOK — James Madison: America’s First Politician

Since 1929, the House of Representatives has held exactly 435 members, despite the immense growth of the US population over the last 90-plus years. This begs the question: Does the House truly represent each and every citizen like it used to? AEI’s Jay Cost offers some perspective.

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