Transition Fever

Freeman, Neal B.
December 1980
National Review;12/12/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 25, p1498
The article examines the challenges being faced by the administration of U.S. President-elect Ronald Reagan with regard to the transition period in 1980. It presents and estimation of the number of political appointees to be hired by the Reagan administration. It identifies several professionals who possess unselfish service records that might be of significance to the administration including Alexander Haig. It presents an overview of the types of federal jobs available and the qualifications required of potential and qualified civil service candidates.


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