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February 17, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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40 Friday, Feburary 11, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PHOENIX

23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE

White House Liaisons
Profiled in BB Magazine

RESTAURANT
542-2799

WASHINGTON — David
Silverberg, former editor
with Near East Report who

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And illazel Toy!

Remy Berdy .
Executive Chef

is now on the staff of Wash-
ington Jewish Week, lists
and defines the role of
Jewish liaisons in the White
House in the February issue
of Bnai Brith International
Jewish Monthly.
The article lists the men
who have occupied the post
since its inception, during
the Roosevelt Administra-
tion. The first person to be
assigned the "Jewish
portfolio" at the White
House was David Niles, who
was appointed by Franklin
D. Roosevelt and continued
to serve under Harry Tru-
man.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
appointed Maxwell Rabb as
his liaison with the Jewish
community while John F.
Kennedy chose Myer
Feldman for the job. Under
Lyndon Johnson, White
House counselor Harry
McPherson was given the
responsibility and Leonard
Garment was entrusted
with the "Jewish portfolio"
in the Administrations of
Richard Nixon and Gerald
Ford.
Under Jimmy Carter,
the post of liaison was
granted full-time status
and a succession of men
have held the position in
both the Carter and Rea-
gan Administrations.
Mark Siegel, a 32-year-
old Democratic Party ac-
tivist was Carter's origi-
nal appointee. Following
his 1978 resignation Los
Angeles attorney Ed-
ward Sanders served in
the post.
Jacob Stein was the first
Reagan-appointed Jewish
liaison. He was followed by
Albert Spiegel and in 1982,
Michael Gale. Gale res-
igned after 18 months in the
post and Marshall Breger,
an associate professor at
New York University Law
School, took over the duties
of Jewish liaison at the
White House last De-
cember.
In a separate feature, Sil-
verberg poses the question
of whether it is necessary to
be Jewish to serve as the
President's liaison to the
Jewish community. The
consensus of the former
Jewish liaisons polled was
that while being Jewish was
not a requirement for the
position, it may have helped
in the performance of their
job.

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