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Interview with former California Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown. Brown discusses his family and youth; early friendships and marriage; law school, legal practice, and first political steps; adventures as a young attorney; work as San Francisco District Attorney and state and national politics; election as Attorney General and Democratic party politics; the 1956 presidential campaign; the 1958 election and first years as Governor; organization and operation of the Governor's office; first term concerns; the California State Water Project, 1950-1966; the 1960 Kennedy presidential campaign; state water bonds; 1962 run for re-election against Richard Nixon; party leadership and legislative concerns; 1966 campaigns and issues; and activities after 1966. Includes introduction by Eugene C. Lee. http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/roho_disclaimer_cgi.pl?target=http://digitalassets.lib.berkeley.edu/rohoia/ucb/text/yearsofgrowthlaw00browrich.pdf Original tapes numbered 21 and 23 are missing. Original tapes numbered 29-32 are not included here - same as Phonotape 1396 C: 1-4 (cabeuroh_000301_t01-t04) included as part of California Water Issues, 1950-1966.
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