National Affairs: TWO FOR THE NEW SHOW

Of the half a dozen appointees President-elect Kennedy named last week, two are likely to have a decisive effect in shaping his Administration: Special Counsel Ted Sorensen and White House Liaison Man Clark Clifford.

Theodore Chaikin Sorensen, at 32, is one of the youngest of Jack Kennedy's youthful organization, but a weatherbeaten old veteran in point of service. A spare, bespectacled intellectual, he was born in Nebraska, the son of a fire-breathing Republican lawyer who, as a political follower of the late George Norris, became Nebraska's attorney general. After graduating from the University...

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