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their assistance and the research staff at the university of west george a special collections and the carl albert center and the library of congress where we've done archival research, as well. so this is part, as i say, a book-length project about the leadership of newt gingrich and what i'm going to present today is the work we've done so far on gingrich in his first three terms in the house of representatives. so we have three general goals on this project and the first is provide a general overview of the kinds of things that gingrich did in congress not just as speaker, but before he was speaker and before he was in leadership. second, we want to delve a little bit into this question of gingrich's contributions to congress and the way that congress works. there are some who have argued that gingrich made major contributions to the house and also contributed to increased partisanship and those other two have argued that it's contextual factors and we can delve into that and provide an answer to that question and third, the model of leadership that can explain the kinds of thin
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Aug 22, 2017 12:53am EDT
rally in phoenix. wednesday at 8:00 p.m., former president george w bush and bill clinton on leadership. >> i got lucky. i don't care what anybody says. all the people born in a log cabin they built themselves are full of bull. >> with the budget as something for congress to handle. we're look at pending proposals for the federal budget. friday. a profile interview with agriculture secretary sunny purdue. >> i tell people when i was born in 1946 in georgia, they stamp democrat on your birth certificate. i made a political decision i call it truth in advertising in 1998, to change parties. and became a republican at that point in time. >> followed at 8:30 p.m. by a conversation with black hat and deaf confounder jeff moss. >> there were no jobs in security for us. so this is really a hobby. well as the internet grew and there were jobs, and people were putting things online and there's money at risk, all of a sudden hackers started getting job doing security. >> watch on c-span and c-span.org. listen using the free c-span radio app. >> there's more american history tv coming up next. wit
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Aug 22, 2017 12:25pm EDT
estate developer in ft. worth, george malik, who the committee, after gingrich raised this, wondered whether he was trying to curry favor with the speaker, whether he had direct interest in legislation. he got free use of the cataldil, the company cadillac, et cetera. this is a narrative history about that moment, with gingrich being a key player. it's as much about wright's downfall as it is what i think everyone here is looking at, the rise not only of gingrich but of a new generation of republicans whose influence i think continues into this day. who introduced a new kind of smash mouth approach to partisan warfare. who tore down v tmany of the institutions that had been in place in the 1960s and '70s and who shaped the tenure of congressional politics ever since. it's a chapter today that they read and that i'm talking about is about beginning rich's kind of early life and kind of going right through 1986 and some of the key events that were important to his success in the post-watergate era. and i think essential to gingrich was an understanding that after watergate, after vietn
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