Washington, Barry
January 2001
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/15/2001, Issue 2, p14
Discusses the diversity of United States President-elect George W. Bush's cabinet. How the cabinet members are conservative; Discussion of the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings; Profile of cabinet members, including Colin Powell and Donald Rumsfeld.


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