Stan Statham's New Book "Reclaim California" is a Brilliant Manuscript That Shares True Justification for the Division of the Once Golden State of California.
Sacramento, CA, April 27, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Stan Statham, a retired US Army Intelligence Analyst, DJ, news director, anchorman, elected representative for the CA State Assembly, and retired President/CEO of the California Broadcasters Association, has completed his most recent book “Reclaim California”: an intriguing and current look at the history of California, and the hundreds of attempts to make it smaller by dividing it into more than one state.
Mr. Statham feels that the division of California is justified and necessary. He says that, “Today, the once golden state has a population larger than the entire country of Canada. As California’s Governor Jerry Brown said way back in 1974, “Small is Beautiful.””
Published by Fulton Books, Stan Statham’s book looks at the author’s personal attempt to accomplish three smaller “Californias,” while he served in California’s Assembly from 1976 to 1994. That is among the reasons the then-powerful Speaker of the Assembly Willie Brown has written the foreword to this informative manuscript. In this book, the reader will learn more about the once golden state and the justification for its division.
Mr. Statham takes a good hard, contemporary look at what has happened since California became America’s thirty-first state in 1850. Since then, there have been at least a couple of hundred attempts to make California smaller through dividing it into more than just one state. Today, the once golden state has a population larger than the entire country of Canada. In 1974, California’s Governor Jerry Brown said, “Small is Beautiful.” Now, Brown is back again in the thick of these issues while serving his unprecedented third term as governor.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Reclaim California” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books