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Maybe Al Gore Should Look Up The Word `Streamline'


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MAYBE AL GORE SHOULD LOOK UP THE WORD `STREAMLINE'

Vice-President Al Gore's assignment to streamline government ("A productivity junkie takes on fat city," Government, July 5) is a worthy task. But it may be wise to postpone the celebration. A preview of his approach is available by looking at how he is staffing his own office. As of Mar. 31, Gore had hired 57 Senate staff members, including 3 executive assistants, 10 special assistants, plus 35 staff assistants.

Dan Quayle's staff never exceeded 42. I don't think I can stand much more of this "improved government." Can you?

William E. Poole

Prescott, Ariz.

Editor's note: The Vice-President's office says Gore's Senate budget and permanent staff are currently the same as Quayle's.


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