The title is a bit risque, but the reporting in this book is deep and the writing lively.
David Daley’s 2016 account of how the Great Gerrymander of 2011 came to pass is required reading for any student of democracy and any potential activist on the issue. And, guess what: Our beloved Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is literally the first chapter in this, THE book on gerrymandering. Our state is where Daley begins his tale of how the GOP initiative called REDMAP changed America. A warning and a tip: The end of the book is a little cynical and depressing. But don’t lose hope. Since finishing the book, Daley has been dazzled by the rise of effective grassroots reform efforts across the land, as he discussed with us in our podcast.