After reading the July 13 op-ed concerning John C. Calhoun, I have devised a solution. It reminds me of an old joke: A relative visiting the funeral home where his father lay told the funeral director, “He’s in the wrong suit.” After an hour, the director called the relative and told him it was fixed.
The relative was amazed and stated, “How could you change the suit so fast?” The director replied, “We didn’t. We just changed the head.”
Couldn’t we do the same with the statue in Marion Square? Change the head and label to Francis Marion’s. After all, the park is named for him.
Anne Marie Fox