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 "Go West Young Man" A reflection on how to achieve excellence in public service.

"Government: the next great frontier?"  Some speculations on how technology might revolutionize what constitutes government. 

"Reforming Education Reform"  An effort to get beyond the tired management-labor dispute that dominates the education discourse.

"Towards a New Social Contract: The Challenge" The first in a three part series. 

"The Fall of Man" A four part meditation on, well, the Fall of Young Men. 

"Primary Day: Prelude" A deep dive into California's first open primary election. 

"Review: You are not a Gadget" A review of Jaron Lanier's analysis of the internet's impact and musings on how the web affects the symbolic process. 

"The Correlation of Laughter at FOMC Meetings"  Who knew data could be this funny?

"Dear Biggie: What to Wear to an Interview" Fairly self-explanatory.   

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What is quintessentially Californian?  We want to hear YOUR ideas.  

Stag Hunters Marcus Ruiz Evans, author of California's Next Century 2.0, and Patrick Atwater, author of A New California Dream, are pioneering a new project.  See below for a clip of our intrepid authors on Central Valley Buzz (starts at 36:30):

California has embodied the new frontier since the Gold Rush.  Our inaugural magazine gets in that pioneering spirit by exploring how we might build a government in California that reflects the globalized and technologically connected world we live in.  These essays dig deep into the root causes of our suboptimal government and offers a new direction for revolutionizing California’s bureaucracy.  In addition, this volume offer pragmatic insights into how we might re-imagine education on a more human foundation.  


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