THE PRESIDENCY/HUGH SIDEY Grafting Job: Old Body, New Head
On occasion these days the Washington observer gets the feeling that the past eight years were just a dream.
There last week was Mike Disalle, the former Democratic Governor of Ohio, Truman's price stabilizer, Kennedy pol and Johnson friend, looking as if he had not moved from his cushion in Sans Souci. He savored both the veal kidneys and the fact that his party would be moving back into the nearby White House.
Across the crowded room from Mike and under the expert eye of Maitre d' Paul Delisle was Zbigniew Brzezinski, comfortably at...