The George W. Bush administration has 6,722 government jobs to fill with political appointees. For the all hoopla surrounding the cabinet nominees, some very real power is wielded by those with titles such as "deputy assistant secretary of health and Human Services for healthy policy in the office of the assistant secretary for planning and evaluation." This article looks at the behind-the-scenes post in each cabinet.
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