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Cheney knows -- thanks to his connections; Seattle P-I, Saturday, December 1, 2001 By STEWART M. POWELL, SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER WASHINGTON BUREAU

WASHINGTON -- Vice President Dick Cheney may spend a lot of time these days at "a secure, undisclosed location" to protect the wartime succession of America's leadership in the event of terrorist attack. But he's never out of the loop -- thanks to the far-flung network of his loyalists who occupy key government jobs.
Cheney's prominent role in selecting people to staff the top echelons of the Bush administration and his ties with some Washington figures dating back more than 30 years add up to an unprecedented network of plugged-in officials who have at least one thing in common: They all have a Cheney connection.


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