It was Friday, one of the last before school started, and the first home game would be played that night at Stanford Stadium. Burke was a die-hard fan. He’d had season tickets, with the same seats in the upper deck, for years. And for as long as he could remember, the same person had had the seats right in front of him: Jim Steyer. Many people knew Steyer because of his younger brother, Tom, the billionaire founder of the San Francisco hedge fund Farallon Capital Management and a former member of Stanford’s board of trustees (and later a candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for president). Jim was eminent in his own right, as a civil rights professor at Stanford and longtime advocate for children.
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