With Returns Like These, Why Ask Questions?Nanette Byrnes
Robert L. Citron, 69, enjoyed few of the trappings of power. He dressed in inexpensive suits, and returned each night to the modest home that he and his wife of 39 years, Terry, bought two decades ago. But in the nondescript offices where he worked 24 years as treasurer for Orange County, Citron reigned virtually unchecked as one of the most potent political figures in Southern California's wealthiest county.
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