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The Nation

Dallas attorney Lawrence B. Gibbs was picked by President Reagan to head the Internal Revenue Service. If his nomination is confirmed by the Senate, Gibbs would succeed Roscoe L. Egger Jr., who resigned. Gibbs, a partner in a Dallas law firm since 1976, worked at the IRS from 1972 until 1975, first as deputy chief counsel and acting chief counsel and later as assistant commissioner.


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