Jerry's Guys

Osborne, John
November 1975
New Republic;11/15/75, Vol. 173 Issue 20, p9
Focuses on Senator Barry Goldwater's reactions to U.S. President Gerald Ford's dismissal of James Schlesinger as Secretary of Defense and William Colby as Central Intelligence Agency director. Criticism on the way by which the dismissal was announced; Differences between Schlesinger and Ford; Withdrawal of Nelson Rockefeller for the vice presidential nomination; Impact of Ford's moves on his chances of seeking reelection; Possibility for Ronald Reagan to beat Ford in major Republican primaries.


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