New Administration: Disciple of Growth

President-elect Kennedy seemed to promise to make the Treasury a fortress of moderation when, fortnight ago, he plucked Wall Street Republican C. Doug las Dillon out of the Eisenhower State Department for his Treasury Secretary.

But last week he opened the White House gates to an economic philosophy of another hue when he chose his chairman of the influential three-man Council of Economic Advisers. The chairman: Walter Wolfgang Heller, 45, a smiling, polysyllabic professor of economics at the University of Minnesota, who ranks among the nation's most articulate believers in Government-planned growth of the U.S. economy.

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