The Nation: Some Used Fords on the Market

A few members of Gerald Ford's Cabinet will stay on temporarily in Washington after Inauguration Day, but most of them will eventually join Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in leaving for new careers elsewhere. Among their plans:

• Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, 53, will begin organizing materials for his memoirs at his rented house in Georgetown at least until next summer.He has told friends that he has no plans to return to academic life and, for the moment at least, has no interest in staying in the diplomatic world as a special negotiator in the Middle East, as was urged...

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