The Cabinet: Shuffles


No sooner had Lyndon Johnson succeeded to the presidency than speculation started about what changes he would make in the Kennedy Cabinet; so far he has made none, the only departure being that of Bobby Kennedy, who resigned from the Justice Department to run for Senator in New York.

Last week, in the wake of Lyndon's election, the speculation inevitably was revived. But it remains unlikely that there will be wholesale changes in the near future.

Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was a storm center during the campaign, but he is a take-charge...

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