In the political imagination, the Midwest is where doors are never locked, politeness is practically a commandment, and virtue runs as clear as the rivers.
Despite its history as the heartland of progressive politics and the stereotype of Midwestern nice, Wisconsin, and particularly small town Wisconsin, still has the scars of segregation.
Over the past months, Wisconsin’s Republican have chosen politics over public safety, liberty over the rule of law, and the party’s interests over the country’s, all with the blessing of the state’s Supreme Court.
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