Several months ago, aggrieved patrons and supporters of the Georgia State Archives were successful in overturning an ill-conceived effort by the secretary of state to virtually close the archives over “budgetary concerns.” Recently, Gov. Nathan Deal and a handful of legislators have been mulling over resurrecting the notion of a state history museum in the mausoleum known as the old “World of Coca-Cola” building near the perennially resuscitating Underground Atlanta.
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