California's Rising Star: Down on Jerry Brown

Shearer, Derek
September 1975
New Republic;9/13/75, Vol. 173 Issue 11, p8
Comments on the dismissal of California's director of employment development James Lorenz by California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr, also known as Jerry Brown. Appointment of Lorenz by Brown in January 1975; Formation of the California Rural Legal Assistance group by Lorenz; Assignment given by Brown to Lorenz as the head of the employment development department; Officials selected by Brown for top positions in the state resources agency; Other people appointed by Brown.


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