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Gov. Brown's Mexico trip may help to woo Latino voters
Gov. Brown's Mexico trip may help to woo Latino voters

Jerry Brown was a 27-year-old law school graduate when he first traveled to Mexico, trying to pick up the language by staying with a family that didn't speak English. Five decades later, whatever Spanish he learned has faded, and the governor used translators to speak with local officials during his trip here this week. But he repeatedly emphasized his long ties to the country that has sent California more immigrants than any other. During a reception with business leaders, he recalled jogging down quiet roads before they became plagued with traffic. In an interview with The Times, he rattled off the names of Mexican intellectuals he encountered during his visits over the years. And...

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