The Administration: Mann on the Move

Students of the Johnson Administration's hierarchy have long since earmarked Thomas C. Mann, 52, special presidential assistant and Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (TIME cover, Jan. 31, 1964), as a man on the rise. Last week Tom Mann rose: President Johnson appointed him Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, replacing New York's former Governor Averell Harriman, 73, whose title was Under Secretary for Political Affairs. The titles are interchangeable, and it is up to the President to decide what he wants to call his No. 3 State Department man, behind Secretary Dean Rusk and Deputy Secretary...

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