THE ADMINISTRATION: Ford Wields a Broom

Barely a month in office, President Ford acted last week to reshape his Administration with shifts in diplomatic and domestic personnel. Like Harry Truman, who quickly replaced the Roosevelt team with his own appointees, Ford is determined to put his own stamp on the structure left by his predecessor.

Moving at his customary whirlwind pace, Ford also tackled two other troublesome issues. In preparation for the "economic summit" at month's end, he brought 28 noted economists together for the first of eleven minisummits (see ECONOMY & BUSINESS). Later, at the Continental...

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