Strong Governor

Greenblatt, Alan
July 2004
Governing;Jul2004, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p22
Focuses on the leadership skills of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Details of the strategy applied by the governor in collecting signatures for the petition of workers' compensation; Description of Schwarzenegger's working style; Comparison between Schwarzenegger and Jesse Ventura, a former wrestler who was elected governor of Minnesota in 1998; Perception of the public and legislators on Schwarzenegger's progress in addressing the long-term problems of the state.


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