MIX AND MATCH

IN SEARCH OF GOOD CHEMISTRY, CLINTON PICKS A TEAM FOR PERSONALITIES RATHER THAN POLICIES

So what was going through Bill Clinton's mind last Wednesday afternoon out there on the golf course, where, he has said, "I always do my best thinking"? The President had hemmed and hawed for weeks about who should take charge of the nation's security for the next four years, and somewhere among the drives, chips and putts on that chill December afternoon, it came to him: the same folks, bar one, who had been deeply involved in charting America's course for the past four years. Let foreign policy wonks fret over the Grand Strategic Architecture of Post-Cold War Policy; Clinton was...

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