“The idiosyncratic former two-term Governor (1975-1983), dubbed “Moonbeam” has a lot on his plate. Californians overwhelmingly looked to him last November to get the state back on track. His experience and successes in his past two terms, as well as coming from a pedigree of Californian political history (again, his father, Jerry “Pat” Brown, popular and beloved, served two terms) suggests what’s to come from his desk.”
Mark Rickenbach examines California’s favourite governor, Jerry Brown. Read the full article here in the latest issue of Carnet Atantique.