The Office of Lieutenant Governor
09/25/07 12:08PM By Jane Lindholm
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For the second time, current Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie is looking at a job outside of state government. How important is the office of lieutenant governor? We talk with former Lieutenant Governor Madeleine Kunin about her experience, and talk with news analyst Chris Graff and State Archivist Gregory Sanford on how the job has changed over the years.
And, from Where the Wild Things Are to Mr. Rogers, we look at the changing attitudes of how we teach children. We first talk with a Dartmouth curator about a collection of Maurice Sendak memorabilia at the college. Then, we pay a visit to Middlebury resident Francois Clemmons, a man still recognized for his time in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.