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|1||University of Wisconsin–Madison
Department of Sociology
Address: 8128 William H. Sewell Social Sciences Building, Madison, WI 53706-1393
Phone: (608) 262-2921
Email: [email protected]
Wisconsin [w ɪ s k ɔ ns ɪ n], abbreviation Wis. Post officially WI, state located in the Midwestern United States, 140,649 km 2, (2015) 5770000 residents (1960: 3.95 million, 1980: 4.71 million, 2000: 5.36 million residents). The capital is Madison. Wisconsin is divided into 72 counties.
Law and Politics
Constitution of 1848 (with numerous amendments). Senate with 33, House of Representatives (Assembly) with 99 members. Wisconsin has 2 Senators and 8 MPs in Congress.
Of the population (2014) 87.8% are white, 6.6% black and 5.6% other. The largest cities are Milwaukee, the capital Madison, Greenbay and Kenosha.