In naming Michael Mukasey as his third attorney general in six years, President George W. Bush on Monday picked an outsider to run the beleaguered Justice Department for a little more than a year.

The White House made that point quite clear on a fact sheet about Mukasey’s qualifications: “Judge Mukasey brings to the position of Attorney General a fresh perspective and a non-political background.”

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