California: Could Willie still reign?

December 1994
Human Events;12/2/94, Vol. 50 Issue 46, p8
Comments on the position of California speaker, Willie Brown. Republican performance in the state assembly elections; Brown's position in relation to California's 1991 adoption of term limits.


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