The short goodbye

Kramer, Michael
December 1996
Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/02/96, Issue 49, p49
Comments on the dismissal of Harold Ickes as deputy chief of staff for United States President Bill Clinton. Why President Clinton may have release Ickes as he tries to build a centrist administration for his second term; The work that Ickes has done for President Clinton; The author's disapproval of the way in which Ickes was removed from office.


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