President Names Gary L. Bauer Chief Aide for Domestic Policy

Mirga, Tom
February 1987
Education Week;2/11/1987, Vol. 6 Issue 20, p13
The article reports on the appointment of U.S. Education Undersecretary Gary L. Bauer as President Ronald Reagan's chief adviser on domestic issues in Washington. The appointment of Bauer, a staunch defender of the administration's domestic-policy agenda, was announced on January 30, 1987. Bauer, succeeds John A. Svahn, and would head the policy development office.


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