Al Kamen writes for the Washington Post.
Thirty-two years ago, when Ronald Reagan’s first-term team was coming together, the Cabinet included one woman, U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, and one African American, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Samuel Pierce.
But the number of women and minorities increased later in Reagan’s term, and he named the first Hispanic Cabinet member.
Quick Loop Quiz! Who was that person?
Ah, you guessed it: Education Secretary Lauro Cavazos....