Sarah Moughty

The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part Six
In a remarkable political moment during the 1994 midterm elections, scores of Republican candidates bound themselves to Newt and his ideas, signing a Contract With America that promised congressional reform, welfare reform and a balanced budget.
December 21, 2011
The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part Five
In 1986, Newt became the chair of GOPAC, the Republican political action committee, and he turned it into a potent instrument for his conservative vision.
December 21, 2011
The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part Four
Newt arrived in Congress with two dreams: become speaker of the House and build a Republican majority.
December 20, 2011
The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part Three
By the mid-1960s, Newt was living with his wife and two little girls in New Orleans, working on a PhD in history at Tulane.
December 20, 2011
The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part Two
The Gingrich family moved to Columbus, Ga., after Newt's stepfather Bob was stationed at Fort Benning in 1960.
December 19, 2011
The Long March of Newt Gingrich: Part One
In January 1996, as the country headed into a presidential election year, FRONTLINE aired "The Long March of Newt Gingrich," an investigative biography of the outspoken and controversial Speaker of the House.
December 19, 2011