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"We're standing on the edge of a potential golden age for America. Advances in technology, science, engineering, and medicine hold the promise of benefits our parents couldn't even dream of. If we make the right choices now, America will enjoy a level of prosperity, safety, and freedom unknown to previous generations. But if we make the wrong choices, we will suffer the very serious consequences of a set of challenges we choose to ignore. . . . We the people can force real change and can secure the kind of future America and our children and grandchildren deserve."
Real change in, what is now, Amerika, will not come by Newt's methods.
IMHO, Amerika is no longer a de-jure republic ( Newt calls it a democracy). Read more
There is a newer edition of this book, which may correct some of the errors I discuss below. So take that under advisement. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Pat Goltz
The background of the why's and wherefore's of political posturing are made clear for those of us who see what is happening, but don't completely understand WHY. Read morePublished on October 16, 2010 by Cricket
i bought this book for my husband it came in perfect condition he loved itPublished on July 14, 2010 by Sherry K. Miner
The former Speaker of the House despises bureaucracies. In his 2008 book, Real Change, Newt Gingrich explains why our federal government has failed us and how, if we follow his... Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by MasterAP
This is a well-written book on practical policies to solve problems. Although written from a decidedly conservative viewpoint, it presents a truth that would apply to any attempts... Read morePublished on December 5, 2009 by R. E. Marsh
A very positive and "post-partisan" book in the sense that he shows how BOTH major parties are radically failing America. Read morePublished on August 14, 2009 by R. S. Corzine
"Real Change" is Newt Gingrich's call for reforms which will enable America to live up to its potential. It compares the private world that works with the public world that fails. Read morePublished on August 6, 2009 by James Gallen