Iconoclastic Jerry Brown Goes Back to Square One

Brownstein, Ronald
January 2013
National Journal;1/19/2013, p12
The article discusses the response of California Governor Jerry Brown to demand for more government by preaching an "era of limits." It offers a brief history of Brown's political career, including his 1976 Democratic presidential nomination, and shows that his bent for iconoclasm has not been affected by time. Brown shares his views on education, calling on the faculty administrators to consider ways to contain college costs.


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