There's a renowned case called Gomillian vs. Lightfoot. It's about the city of Tuskegee. Gomillian was a professor at Tuskegee; Lightfoot was the mayor of Tuskegee. The essence of that particular case was the black citizens in Tuskegee wanted to register to vote. So what they did as a city council, they went and did what we call gerrymandering. They eliminated all the black votes out of the city of Tuskegee and kept all the white votes in and made those the new city boundaries. And that case went to the Supreme Court, which said you couldn't do that, you know. You can't just take people out.