Newt hangs on

Gizzi, John
January 1997
Human Events;1/17/97, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p1
Reports on the reelection of Newt Gingrich as speaker of the US House of Representatives despite charges of ethics of violation. Defeat of House Democratic leader Dick Gephardt; Republicans who did not support Gingrich; Steps taken by Gingrich to ensure his reelection; Steps taken by his opponents to ensure his defeat.


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