If Bush really wants to cater to anti-Washington sentiment and run as the foe of the status quo, he might have to assemble a new team. Bush and his Cabinet have 257 years of experience in the capital. And six top officials, including the President and Vice-President Dan Quayle, have racked up 77 years of service in the reviled Congress. Veterans Affairs Secretary Edward J. Derwinski leads the pack with 25 years in the House.

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