POLITICS: The Great Guessing Game

Next to trying to figure out whether Kennedy or Nixon will win in November, Washington's most intriguing political preoccupation is trying to guess who would people the winning Cabinet. Neither candidate is about to confide his list yet, even if he had one waiting in his inside coat-pocket. Nor is he about to make premature promises, when uncertainty makes all potential Cabinet members campaign hard for the candidate. Sideline guessers can claim no inside dope. But here are some of their choices.


Most agree that Richard Nixon would pick some of his...

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