For Founding Father John Adams, a representative body should resemble a 'portrait' of the people. They should "think, feel, reason, and act" like the people they represent. In other words, he believed that all representation should actually be inclusive. Since 2014, CRI has investigated ways to better accomplish his singular vision. Based out of Cambridge, Massachusetts, CRI is an independently financed think tank focused exclusively on the problems of inclusive representation.
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