Ultimately, the decision fell to Secretary Caspar Weinberger, who would later lead the Defense Department under Ronald Reagan.
Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger convinced Reagan to renege on his support for these cuts, so they never happened.
Caspar Weinberger, an old Nixon friend who was then director of the Office of Management and Budget, was the other invitee.
There is no great difference between them in point of size, though Caspar is two years the younger.
Of course the botanist made no objection, and Caspar was delighted with the idea.
The satisfaction poor Caspar exhibited was, however, small; he sat very upright, gazing at her.
On hearing this, both Karl and Caspar were more contented with what they had done.
That Caspar Brooke—his friend, his mentor, almost his hero—should not have been able to live with his wife was bad enough!
Caspar uttered a cry that awoke both of his companions on the instant.
Perhaps no character ever aroused greater interest than Caspar Hauser.