Newt Gingrich : capitol crimes and misdemeanors /

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Author / Creator:Wilson, John K., 1969-
Imprint:Monroe, Me. : Common Courage, 1996.
Description:246 p. ; 23 cm.
Subject:Gingrich, Newt.
Gingrich, Newt.
Political corruption -- United States.
Political corruption.
Politics and government
United States -- Politics and government -- 1993-2001.
United States.
Format: Print Book
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ISBN:1567510973 (cloth)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: The End of Democracy
  • Ch. 1. The Hypocrite of the House
  • Ch. 2. Newt, Inc.: The Gingrich Empire
  • Ch. 3. Politics for Profit: The GOPAC Files
  • Ch. 4. The Authoritarian Speaker: The Corruption of Congress
  • Ch. 5. Manipulating the Media
  • Ch. 6. The "Contract with America" and the Attack on Democracy
  • Ch. 7. Let Them Eat Orphanages: The War on Welfare
  • Ch. 8. Dirty Politics: Gingrich's Betrayal of Environmentalism
  • Ch. 9. Senseless Legal Reform: Defending Corporate Criminals
  • Ch. 10. Criminals in Politics: the NRA's Crime Bill
  • Ch. 11. Welfare for Bombmakers: Gingrich's Military-Industrial Complex
  • Ch. 12. Praying for Power: The Deal with the Christian Coalition
  • Ch. 13. Lunching on Block Grants: The Destruction of Public Education
  • Ch. 14. Dying for Tax Cuts: Gingrich's Dangerous Health Policy
  • Ch. 15. De-Funding the Left: Gingrich's Attack on Culture
  • Ch. 16. Congressional Gay Bashing: Homophobia in the House
  • Ch. 17. Newt in Space: America's Most Vacuous Intellectual
  • Ch. 18. Don't Know Much About History: The World According to Newt
  • Conclusion: Taking Back Democracy.