The Package Deal of Jill and Bill

Reagan is rescued by one Ruckelshaus, blasted by another

When the Administration was frantically trying to stop the cascading scandals at the Environmental Protection Agency last winter, the President turned to William Ruckelshaus for help. Ruckelshaus became the new EPA administrator, and the White House has begun to relax as the Republican with the "Mr. Clean" image has started to restore order to the shattered agency. "I want to make people feel good about where they work," he says. "The EPA has always been an agency whose people have a great deal of pride. Despite all the recent turbulence, the pride is...

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