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Review: A Disorderly House: The Brown-Unruh Years in SacramentoUser Review - Mary E - Goodreads
We bought this book in the gift shop at the State Capitol in Sacramento in October. There is a picture of Jesse Unruh on the cover and we recognized him at once. The Pat Brown years were in my youth ... Read full review
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