"Has California Gone Colorblind?", in Frederick Douzet, Thad Kousser, and Kenneth P. Miller, eds., The New Political Geography of California (Berkeley: Institute of Governmental Studies, 2008), 267-90.


"Racial Injustice and the Abolition of Justice Courts in Monterey County," [414 kb] (unpublished report for Lopez v. Monterey County, Sept. 9, 2000)


Reapportionment Wars: Party, Race, and Redistricting in California, 1971-1992,” [2.76 mb] in Bernard Grofman, ed., Race and Redistricting in the 1990's (New York: Agathon Press, 1998), 134-90.

 “Ironies of California Redistricting, 1971-2001,” [955 kb] in Jerry Lubenow and Bruce E.    Cain, Governing the Golden State: Politics, Government, and Public Policy in California (Berkeley, CA: IGS Press, 1997), 137-55.


Estimating the Partisan Consequences of Redistricting Plans -- Simply,” [980 kb] Legislative Studies Quarterly 21 (1996), 521-41.


Shaw v. Reno and the Real World of Redistricting and Representation,” [5.4 mb] in Rutgers Law Journal 26 (1995), 625-710.


Comments, in “The Supreme Court, Racial Politics, and the Right to Vote: Shaw v. Reno and the Future of the Voting Rights Act,” [525 kb] American University Law Review, 44 (1994), 1, at 36-38, 50-51, 60-63.

Beyond Gingles: Influence Districts and the Pragmatic Tradition in Voting Rights Law,” [11.5 mb] in University of San Francisco Law Review 27 (Spring, 1993), 551-92.


"Tacking, Stacking, and Cracking:  Race and Reapportionment in Monterey County, 1981-1992" (Sept. 9, 1992), [492 kb] unpublished report for Gonzalez v. Monterey County.

How to Determine Intent: Lessons from L.A.,” [7497 kb] Journal of Law & Politics, 7 (1991), 591-732.