The Administration: Team's Status

Attorney General Bobby Kennedy said last week that he had agreed to stay on in the Johnson Administration at least through the November elections. This indicated that Johnson would have the active help of the Kennedy political apparatus, which is strongest in the big cities and industrial northeast —where Johnson figures to be weakest. It also aroused speculation about the future of other John Kennedy intimates. Some educated guesses: > Appointments Secretary Kenny O'Donnell will remain, though he probably will move his base of operations from the White House to Democratic National Committee headquarters. He knows the...

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