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enrolling at the University of California, Berkeley in 1960, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Classics in 1961.
Brown went on to Yale Law School and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws in 1964.
As a consequence of the 28-year gap between his second and third terms, Brown has been both the sixth-youngest California Governor, and the oldest California Governor in history.
Brown was born in San Francisco, California, the only son of four children born to District Attorney of San Francisco and later Governor of California, Edmund Gerald "Pat" Brown Sr., and his wife, Bernice Layne.
In 1969, Brown ran for the newly created Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees, which oversaw community colleges in the city, and placed first in a field of 124.
His actions in response to the proposition earned him praise from Proposition 13 author Howard Jarvis who went as far as to make a television commercial for Brown just before his successful re-election bid in 1978.
Max Neiman, a professor at the Institute of Governmental Studies at University of California, Berkeley, credited Brown for "bailing out local government and school districts", but felt it was harmful "because it made it easier for people to believe that Proposition 13 wasn't harmful".
Flournoy; Republicans ascribed the loss to anti-Republican feelings from Watergate, the election being held only ninety days after President Richard Nixon resigned from office.
Brown succeeded Republican Governor Ronald Reagan, who retired after two terms.