THE ADMINISTRATION: Further Fallout from the Shake-Up

With Ronald Reagan poised to enter the 1976 presidential race, Gerald Ford's Administration last week tried to regroup with its drastically changed —and rearranged—cast of characters. For the principals in the drama, it was a time of new beginnings, sharp adjustments and sometimes moving farewells. The G.O.P.'s moderates were wondering where they were left by Ford's move toward the right in response to Reagan's challenge.

Ford's big shake-up was getting bad press notices. Perhaps the severest cut of all came from Columnist Jerald terHorst, his former press secretary who quit after the...

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