POLICY: Getting It Under One Roof

In its search for a strategy to deal with the energy crisis, the Nixon Administration has frequently seemed to be playing musical chairs. This year alone, the vital post of chief energy adviser to the President has been filled by three different men. Last week the Administration seemed finally to click on a winning choice. In a move that drew praise even from his harshest critics, President Nixon ordered a sweeping reorganization of the Government's energy policymaking system and installed a tough-minded former investment banker, Deputy Treasury Secretary William Simon, as his newest energy czar (TIME, Dec. 10).

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