THE ADMINISTRATION: Stimulate & Vaccinate

Last week two Eisenhower Administration officials got new jobs: ¶ Under Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, 46, became the President's special assistant in the field of foreign policy, succeeding C. D. Jackson, who resigned last spring to resume his vice-presidency of Time, Inc., and is now serving as U.S. representative to the U.N. Rockefeller will attend meetings of the Cabinet, the National Security Council, the Council on Foreign Economic Policy and the Operations Coordinating Board (the Government's nerve center for propaganda activities). The new high-level brain-truster has long followed the policy that his grandfather,...

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