THE NEW TEAM: THE TALENT SEARCH

Gerald Ford wanted to have an orderly transition of power. He achieved it by the simplest and most logical means — by asking all the members of Rich ard Nixon's Cabinet, as well as several top White House advisers, to stay on, at least temporarily. That left Ford free to concentrate on his first difficult manpower decision: choosing a new Vice President.

Who for Veep?

Early last week, Ford associates speculated that there were about a dozen possibilities for the job. In addition, since taking office, Ford has accepted the views of Republican...

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