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Jerry Brown launches back into public life with 'doomsday' warning

WASHINGTON - Jerry Brown may be out of elected office, but he has no intention of exiting public life.

On Thursday he launched the newest phase of his career in signature style – standing before a giant clock in Washington to warn that the world lies dangerously close to catastrophe.

The former California governor renewed his crusade for nuclear disarmament and climate action at

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