From Librarian To Gangbuster

As we all know, the President has designated the First Lady, a former librarian, to head up a federal anti-gang initiative, working with at-risk boys between the ages of 8 and 17. There are doubts about her suitability to handle such a demanding job, as her primary image has always been one of "niceness".

For your information, here are two stories about the anti-gang program; one an interview with Laura by PBS's Jim Lehrer, and an editioral , "No Street Cred" in today's Toledo Blade.

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