His nine-year tenure as president of the University of California in the 1960s, and his earlier chancellorship of the Berkeley campus ... After being elected governor in 1967, Ronald Reagan slashed the UC budget by 10 percent and threatened to bring in tuition fees. ... broadened three specialized campuses and added three new ones a at San Diego, Irvine and Santa Cruz a bringing the total to nine.
|Title||:||Congressional Record, V. 150, Pt. 3, February 26, 2004 to March 10, 2004|
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