Nation: The Administration: George Shultz Has Arrived

WHEN he moved across town to the White House a month ago, he gave up a Cabinet post as Secretary of Labor and a much-publicized Cadillac limousine. In exchange, as head of the new Office of Management and Budget, George Shultz acquired huge powers. He was to assume authority not only over the crucial area of budget making, but was also to supervise the monitoring of some 1,000 federal programs. But there is often an immense difference between an official's paper powers and his real influence. Shultz is bland and quiet. Would he be...

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