The arrows indicate the major ways in which basic principles connect with legislative operating tasks and these in turn with the methods of apportioning seats in the legislative and finally with the chief current problems. Equal-population seats are differentiated by dotted lines. They are the goal of present reapportionment practice, but do relatively little for metropolitan integration, community integration, group and idea coordination, or creative leadership. They tend to encourage personal services without any larger intervening socially desirable frame. As the chart implies, state apportionments should move toward more community, functional, and free seats and away from equal-population districts created by territorial survey. A large amount of per capita or equi-populous equality can, of course, be engendered among the former kinds of seats.