January 1995
New Republic;1/2/95, Vol. 212 Issue 1, p7
Comments on the cabinet appointments made by U.S. President Bill Clinton as of January 1995. Criticism over the appointments made by President Clinton due to racial diversity issues; Praise for women appointees United Nations ambassador Madeleine Albright, Council of Economic Advisers chairperson Laura Tyson and Justice Department's Jamie Gorelick; Qualities of Albright, Tyson and Gorelick that makes them appropriate for their positions; Advice for Clinton to go slow with appointments.


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