It's 7:30 a.m., and Bruce Reed is sitting in the White House waiting for the daily chiefs-of-staff meeting to begin. But there's some place he'd rather be. "Six to 8 in the morning was the most precious time with the kids," says Reed, 37, appointed last December as head of the Domestic Policy Council, a cabinet-level position in the Clinton administration.
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