The Administration: The New Appointments

To signal the start of a new regime, every presidential appointee in the Administration sent the President the traditional letter of resignation, and he is, of course, free to pick up any or all of them. But if Lyndon Johnson means to rebuild his team, he is certainly going about it slowly and cautiously. The word last week was that the President is seeking no major Cabinet changes, at least for the present, although Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon, HEW's Boss Anthony Celebrezze, and CIA Director John McCone all may resign soon. Nor...

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