February 1994
New Republic;2/21/94, Vol. 210 Issue 8, p7
Examines the impact of the resignation of U.S. Deputy Attorney General Philip Heymann on the Justice Department in 1994. Factors that caused the decline of his credibility among several public officers; Reason for the selection of Reno by President Bill Clinton for the position of Attorney General over Heymann; Contributions of Attorney General Janet Reno to the department.


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