In 1911, the number of seats in the House of Representatives was fixed at 435. With a population near 97.2 million at the time, the number of people a single House member represented was approximately 223,400. The population has now grown such that a single House member represents more than 716,000 people.
Article I, section 2 of the US Constitution indicates that this number should not drop below 30,000.
Let's go back to the 1911 ratios.
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