How could I build a political system immune to gerrymandering yet still giving local representation?

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For a hypothetical world, how can I build a political system in which:

  • People are represented by someone local to them. And:
  • The number of representatives elected representing a movement in total remains proportional to the popular vote?

Having the maps drawn by an independent 3rd party, or an algorithm, is not a solution as people tend to self-gerrymander.

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