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EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENT: Private 1980 Gingrich Memo to Ronald Reagan’s Campaign Manager Reveals Former Speaker’s Racial Attitudes

With members of the mainstream media now hurling charges of using racially coded language against GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, Big Government has uncovered a private memorandum written over three decades ago that offers a unique glimpse into Mr. Gingrich’s longstanding attitudes about race. The private memo, dated July 1, 1980, was written by Mr. Gingrich [...]
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