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going to argue that it is an entirely appropriate way for the court to see its role in Charter ad- judication,10 but it does seem to me that the most politically significant work that the courts have done in their first decade of interpreting the Charter follows this pattern. The second example I would offer of judicial use of the Charter to break a political logjam is the BCCLA's successful challenge to British Co- lumbia's electoral boundaries in Dixon v. Attorney General of British Columbia.11 In the mid-1980s British Columbia's electoral system was widely