Hedley the Don

Osborne, John
January 1980
New Republic;1/26/80, Vol. 182 Issue 4, p9
Reports on the three explicit understandings reached by Hedley Donovan before he agreed to join the White House staff as a senior advisor to U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Noninvolvement of Donovan in the political campaign for renomination and reelection; Non-association of Donovan in any public relation work for Carter; Donovan's condition to be an advisor without portfolio or assignment to any particular area; Brief description about the career profile of Donovan.


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