Hearing Voices: Jeffersonian: Small State Politics

According to 1990 Census figures, Montana's population didn't grow fast enough to keep both their U.S. Congressman. So in the 1992 election one Rep had to go. Producer Barrett Golding found remnants of Jefferson's theories and Toqueville's writings still very much in play, as he followed the two incumbents, one Democrat, one Republican, on their yearlong statewide game of political musical chairs, vying for the one remaining Congressional seat.

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