THE CABINET: There'll Be Some Changes

No sooner was Harry Truman back in Washington than White House aides hastened to spread the soothing word: the Boss was not in a vindictive mood. There would be no wholesale firings in the new Administration. But some changes were certainly in the works.

The first hints were not long in coming. Outside the White House photographers approached Defense Secretary James V. Forrestal, who had taken no part in the campaign. "Haven't you got enough pictures of us?" asked the secretary. Said a photographer: "Yes, but another four years is just beginning." "But not for me," replied Forrestal with a...

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