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Brandeis 50th Anniversary Page

On February 26, 1980, California Governor Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown Jr. gave a campaign speech at Brandeis during his bid to capture the Democratic Party nomination for President. In his speech Brown claimed that President Jimmy Carter did not have a foreign policy plan or a strategy to combat inflation. Brown also touched on defense spending, energy conservation, gun control, the nation's space program, and the United States' support of Israel.


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Governor Jerry Brown
February 26, 1980