February 1994
New Republic;2/14/94, Vol. 210 Issue 7, p9
Commends U.S. President Bill Clinton for his decision to select William J. Perry as secretary of the Department of Defense. Expertise in the field of defense technology and procurement; Background of Perry; Essential factors for managing the defense department; Challenges facing Perry.


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