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September 13, 2011

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Peter J. Tomao

Hopefully, we will get a fair review which will find that the bad old days are over and we will go back to the merit based selection. That being said, we can expect that the people hired will reflect the administration especially in policy based portions of the DOJ like Civil Rights. It was like that before the Bush era.

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