November 1960
New Republic;11/14/60, Vol. 143 Issue 21, p1
Considers potential candidates for the position of U. S. Secretary of State. Discussion of some of the qualities necessary for the position; Focus on the difficult choice before President John F. Kennedy; List of likely candidates, including David K. E. Bruce, Chester Bowles, and Adlai Stevenson; Discussion of each candidate's suitability for the position, with highlights from their careers; Focus on Stevenson and Bowles; Importance of the relationship between a President and his Cabinet officers; Role of a President in regulating international affairs of his country.


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