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Real change : from the world that fails to the world that works

Author: Newt Gingrich; Vince Haley; Rick Tyler
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Regnery Pub., ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Can we create a government that is small, efficient, and responsive--from the state house to the White House? Is that kind of real change even possible? Newt Gingrich says it's time for citizens to demand results from our elected officials. He shows how America can achieve transformational change--from a bureaucratic failure to a government that can meet the challenges of the 21st century. First, he busts the myth  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Newt Gingrich; Vince Haley; Rick Tyler
ISBN: 9781596980532 1596980532
OCLC Number: 166387544
Notes: Includes index.
Description: ix, 310 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The myth of red America versus blue America --
An unreformed right: why Republicans failed to govern successfully --
An unreformed left: why Democrats can't deliver real change --
Katrina, Michigan, and beyond: how the old order is failing America --
Failure in education: death knell of the old order --
Replacing the old order: America has done it before and we can do it again --
Becoming a citizen leader --
Replacing the old order: lessons from Britain and France --
An example of real change and a failure to change: Giuliani's New York City versus Iraq as contrasts in change leadership --
An immigration policy that makes sense --
Real change to achieve enduring prosperity for American workers --
Real change for social security --
American history requires real change in today's judiciary --
How we balanced the budget and how we can balance it again --
NASA versus the culture of competitive entrepreneurship --
Green conservatism is the real answer to environmental challenges --
Energy strategies for national security, the environment, and the economy --
The next generation of air and rail transportation --
The need for fundamental prison reform --
Why the current bureaucratic health system can't work and how to transform it --
Rethinking national security and homeland security: where do we go from here?
Responsibility: Newt Gingrich with Vince Haley and Rick Tyler.
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Gingrich compares the America of today, characterized by a broken health care system, lagging education, and declining economy, with the hope of tomorrow--a unified America marked by a market-based  Read more...

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