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Joe Mathews to give Pat Brown Institute’s “Distinguished Lecture” Oct. 26 in Los Angeles

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The Pat Brown Institute of Public Affairs (PBI) has announced that Joe Mathews, co-author of California Crackup: How Reform Broke the Golden State and How We Can Fix It, will deliver PBI’s 2010 Distinguished Lecture.

From the announcement:

Governor Edmund G. “Pat” Brown was instrumental in laying the foundation for the Golden State’s infrastructure in the 1950s and 1960s.  Almost 50 years later, we find ourselves in a state of economic and political crisis and unrest. What steps must be taken to stabilize the state’s current and future outlook? How do we revive a reeling California while being equally visionary to the 32nd Governor? Concluding the 2010 California Agenda public policy forum series, this distinguished lecture will examine the origins of California’s unprecedented crisis, its current weakened condition, and the means to fixing the “cracks.”

Tuesday, October 26, 2010
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
City Club at Bunker Hill  @ 333 S. Grand Avenue, 54th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071
$8 parking at the Wells Fargo Parking Garage ( @ 333 S. Hope Street)
Refreshments will be provided.

Mr. Mathews will be available for a book signing at the conclusion of the event.

This Distinguished Lecture concludes the 2010 California Agenda series and is free and open to the public.  Please be sure to confirm your spot as space is limited.  To R.S.V.P., call (323) 343-3770, register online or visit our website http://www.patbrowninstitute.org.

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