Narda Zucchino

author of the book "California Comeback: The Genius of Jerry Brown"

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Jerry Brown has been a part of California’s political fabric for almost 50 years—taking on jobs from Secretary of State and head of the Democratic Party to Mayor of Oakland and state…

The 'genius' of Jerry Brown

Jerry Brown has been a part of California’s political fabric for almost 50 years—taking on jobs from Secretary of State and head of the Democratic Party to Mayor of Oakland and state…

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