Haig's White House

Osborne, John
May 1974
New Republic;5/4/74, Vol. 170 Issue 18, p11
Comments on the role of General Alexander M. Haig as a White House staff during the administration of President Richard Nixon in the U.S. Responsibilities of Haig in the White House; Conflict over the way in which Haig designated himself; Assessment on the way in which Haig manages organization move; Comparison of the working styles of Haig and his predecessor, Bob Halderman.


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