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Bush’s No-Name Cabinet

By Alexander Russo — October 12, 2007 1 min read
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Slate magazine recently ran this piece about how unknown most of Bush’s cabinet are, even compared to other unknown cabinets (A Bush Cabinet quiz). Much of it is due to the fact that, so late into a second term, only the most desperate opportunists are clamoring to join the Administration. The other, according to the article, is that so much of Bush’s domestic agenda (such as it is) came from Karl Rove, not the DPC (currently headed by Karl Zinsmeister) or the departments themselves.

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