© Photographed October 3, 2015
Erected 1987 by Dane County Bicentennial Commission
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
In Honor of the United States Constitution's Bicentennial
1787 - 1987
How do we choose to live? I choosefreedom. I choose an open society. I choosethe wellspring of renewal in everygeneration. I choose the First Amendment whichlets the sun shine in. And if we fail, Ichoose to fill in flight, rather than tosmother on the ground in the dust of fear.
- Judge James E. Doyle
(1915 - 1987)
Rededication of Dane County's Third Courthouse
September 11, 1987
Dane County Bicentennial Commission
The marker is affixed to the facade of the Madison Municipal Courthouse building and is accessible from southbound Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, south of its intersection with West Doty Street, at or near 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Madison, Wisconsin 53703.
The marker is located in Madison, Wisconsin.