Sometimes it's hard to remember what good government looks like: government that disciplines itself but looks to the long term; government that inspires trust; government that promotes social mobility without busting the budget.
That kind of government existed for decades right here in California. Between 1911 and the '60s, California had a series of governors -- like Hiram Johnson, Earl Warren, Goodwin Knight and Pat Brown -- who were pro-market and pro-business, but also progressive reformers.
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