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Gerrymandering, which I will presume you mean based on partisan issues, not racial has not been declared unconstitutional per se. Here is an excellent summary of the current issue: http://www.propublica.org/article/is-partisan-gerrymandering-unconstitutional The answer to your basic question is "Yes". Gerrymandering could be done in such a way to make it unconstitutional; however, the US Supreme Court has not taken the cases on in which clear guidelines or standards are set out. Here is a detailed summary of cases dealing with the history and cases on the subject. http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/departments/scr/redist/red2000/ch5parti.htm
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