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Newt Gingrich



  • “Wright-Gate” and Newt’s Ruthless Playbook (Review)

    Although he had dogs ranging from a Doberman pinscher to a cocker spaniel, young Newt Gingrich took particular delight in feeding hard-boiled eggs to his extensive collection of snakes. Julian Zelizer's new book on the Republican Revolution examines his appetite for conflict and political treachery.



  • The Man Who Broke Politics

    by McKay Coppins

    During his two decades in Congress, he pioneered a style of partisan combat that poisoned America’s political culture.