THE NATION: Picking the Team

With less than two months left before the end of the Great Crusade and the opening of the New Frontier, the Kennedy Administration last week began to take shape. Announcing four key appointments and nearing final decisions on several others, President-elect Kennedy, by the nature of his selections, indicated that his Administration will be generally moderate, eschewing the radicalism of the 1960 Democratic platform. Named by Kennedy to high Government posts: North Carolina's Governor Luther Hodges as Secretary of Commerce; Connecticut's Governor Abraham Ribicoff as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare;...

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