Letter: Plan to throw Wisconsin into chaos fails, thankfully
To the Editor:
In 1947, our eighth-grade class “present” for the 13 members of the class from Racine County Grade School was a trip to the state Capitol in Madison, Wis. It was probably only the third time I was ever out of the county in my life.
I remember the Capitol as the grand edifice, the rotunda, the statue on top of the dome pointing to the southeast toward the U.S. Federal statue in Washington, D.C., which is 18 inches shorter. As we entered the Capitol, we saw the American statues, the beautiful murals, paintings and marble from around the world. We had to be very quiet because the Legislature was in session. Gov. Goddard came out and spoke to us. What a thrill that was!
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