The Last 600 Meters


Created Equal:
Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

RICKOVER: The Birth of Nuclear Power

Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton

God and the Inner City

Rediscovering George Washington

The Fall of Newt Gingrich

The Rodney King Incident: Race and Justice in America

Inside the Republican Revolution:
The First Hundred Days

Hollywood vs. Religion

Campus Culture Wars: Five Stories About Political Correctness

America's Political Parties:
Power and Principle

  Part One: The Democrats, 1960 to 1992
  Part Two: The Republicans, 1960 to 1992

Fire From the Sun:
The Search for Fusion Energy

Hollywood's Favorite Heavy: Businessmen on Prime Time TV

Hard Bargain


The unprecedented behind-the-scenes access captured an extraordinary moment in American politics.
President Clinton's impeachment was big news everywhere.


Premier national broadcast on PBS: August 30, 2000. 90 minutes

In September 1998, Newt Gingrich was one of the most powerful men in America. During the next six months, he led his party through a disappointing election and the impeachment of the President of the United States. Then he resigned and became a private citizen, while the President he battled remained in office. Our cameras followed Newt Gingrich behind the scenes during these tumultuous months. Narrated by Tony-award winner Blair Brown.

This documentary benefits greatly from the unprecedented behind-the-scenes access. Political junkies won't want to miss this chapter of not-so-ancient history.
     -- The Wall Street Journal

     • Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film Festival
     • Certificate for Creative Excellence, U.S. International Film and Television Festival
     • Selection, The New York Festivals
     • Selection, Maryland Film Festival

The Fall of Newt Gingrich is available for purchase on DVD.

Home use
$24.99 plus S/H

Institutional use
$149.99 plus S/H

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