Give Jerry Brown a chance
The front page article "Prolonged Democratic Battle Could Boost Bush," March 6, is about the Democratic candidates but fails to mention Edmund G. Brown altogether.
Not only is Mr. Brown a viable candidate based on his eight-year record as governor of California and his 1992 message, but also because he is the candidate who can raise the support both of well-educated voters tired of the the overwhelming corruption in our political system, and of the poor, who are the very core of "we the people" from which Brown is raising much of his support.
People of all ages, backgrounds, and colors supported Brown in his Colorado primary win, and in his strong showing in the Utah primary and the Washington caucuses. Robert S. Blair, Boulder, Colo.
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