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Encyclopedia of Alabama
Well-researched with helpful bibliographies, each Encyclopedia of Alabama entry is an effective jumping-off point for getting the facts of the case. Entries range from landmark court cases to influential jurists and legislators. The Encyclopedia aids in contextualizing Reynolds v. Sims as part of Alabama history and provides implications of the decision for the state's future.
Exploring Constitutional Conflicts
This site explores issues and controversies that surround the Constitution of the United States. Each entry includes a list of relevant SCOTUS cases as well as open-ended discussion questions.
Claremont McKenna College's Rose Institute includes Reynolds v. Sims in a collection of cases discussing redistricting in the US.
Library of Congress
A hard copy of the opinion can be found in U.S. Reports Volume 377. The Library of Congress has a PDF from one of these reporters.
Thirteen.org, the website for a PBS station in New York, highlights Reynolds v. Sims as it explores court cases that have advanced civil rights in United States.
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