California drought or dream? Jerry Brown at a hinge of Golden State history

Christian Science Monitor: If ever there was a California governor made for this moment, Jerry Brown might well be it. Fifty years ago, Governor Brown's father sat in the same seat that the son now occupies, and from the political smithies of Sacramento he forged the modern image of the Golden State. More than any other man, perhaps, Pat Brown fashioned California's sense of itself – a land of unapologetic possibility, dappled with sun, dusted with dreams, and outlined only by the limits of the imagination. Be it the building......

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