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"Had Enough?" was part of Reagan's 1966 campaign for governor of California against the two term incumbent Pat Brown. Four years later in 1970 it was used against him in the his re-election campaign. As the 33rd governor of California, Reagan's platform was noted for its limited government, welfare reform, efforts to stop student protesting, and substantial elimination of state's budget deficit.
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