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United States

11 January 2001

Knight Ridder / Tribune (USA)

WASHINGTON — With one down and at least two bruising fights to go, the battle over President-elect George W. Bush's Cabinet appointments is threatening to renew partisan warfare even before the new president takes office. Tuesday's sudden exit of Linda Chavez as labor secretary-designate inflamed conservatives, consolidated liberals and set up John Ashcroft's nomination for attorney general as the next round of partisan trench warfare in a Senate evenly split between... (

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