Abstract: Newt Gingrich holds a Ph.D. in History, and for five years taught the popular course 'Renewing American Civilization', which has now given rise to this book.
Keywords: book review, history, economics, politics, government, social economic policy, moral conditions, information society, United States.
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Title: To Renew America
Author: Newt Gingrich
Publisher: HarperCollins
Date Published: May 1995
ISBN: 006017336X
LOCN: JK424.G56 1995
Dewey: 973.929 20
Pages: 260
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Part I: Visions and Strategies

Chapter 1: The Six Challenges Facing America

Chapter 2: Beginnings

Part II: The Six Challenges

Chapter 3: Reasserting and Renewing American Civilization

Chapter 4: American and the Third Wave Information Age

Chapter 5: Creating American Jobs in the World Market

Chapter 6: Replacing the Welfare State with an Opportunity Society

Chapter 7: Balancing the Budget and Saving Social Security and Medicare

Chapter 8: Decentralizing Power

Part III: The Contact with America

Chapter 9: The Contact with America and the Campaign of 1994

Chapter 10: Implementing the Contract: Part I

Chapter 11: Implementing the Contract: Part II

Part IV: The Ongoing Revolution

Chapter 12: Learning Versus Education

Chapter 13: Individual Versus Group Rights

Chapter 14: Illegal Immigration in a Nation of Legal Immigrants

Chapter 15: English as the American Language

Chapter 16: Health Care as an Opportunity in the World Market

Chapter 17: Health Care as an Opportunity Rather than a Problem

Chapter 18: Ending the Drug Trade and Saving the Children

Chapter 19: Defense for the Twenty-First Century: Reflections of a Cheap Hawk

Chapter 20: New Frontiers in Science, Space, and the Oceans

Chapter 21: Tending the Gardens of the Earth: Scientifically Based Environmentalism

Chapter 22: Violent Crime, Freedom from Fear, and the Right to Bear Arms

Chapter 23: Why Rush Limbaugh and His Friends Matter

Chapter 24: The Flat Tax and the IRS

Chapter 25: The Coming Crisis in Higher Education

Chapter 26: Corrections Day

Chapter 27: Unfunded Mandate Reform

Chapter 28: Term Limits and the Defeat of the Democratic Leadership in the House

Part V: Conclusion

Chapter 29: A New Beginning: The America We Will Create


Author:        Gingrich, Newt.
Title:         To renew America / Newt Gingrich.
Edition:       1st ed.
Published:     New York : HarperCollins, c1995.
Description:   xii, 260 p. ; 25 cm.
LC Call No.:   JK424.G56 1995
Dewey No.:     973.929 20
ISBN:          006017336X
Notes:         Includes index.
Subjects:      United States -- Politics and government -- 20th
               United States -- Social policy.
               United States -- Economic policy.
               United States -- Moral conditions.
               Information society -- United States.
Control No.:   95011183 


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