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The Contract with America was a document released by the United States Republican Party during the Congressional election campaign. Written by Newt Gingrich and Dick Armey, and in part using text from former .. In , business and finance writer John Steele Gordon, writing in The American, an online.
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Description:Plot summary[ edit ] The protagonist is Bob Arctor, member of a household of drug users, who is also living a parallel life as Agent Fred, an undercover police agent assigned to spy on Arctor's household. The requirement that narcotics agents remain anonymous, to avoid collusion and other forms of corruption, becomes a critical plot point late in the book. While posing as a drug user, Arctor becomes addicted to "Substance D" also referred to as "Slow Death", "Death" or "D" , a powerful psychoactive drug. A conflict is Arctor's love for Donna, a drug dealer, through whom he intends to identify high-level dealers of Substance D. When performing his work as an undercover agent, Arctor goes by the name "Fred" and wears a "scramble suit" that conceals his identity from other officers. Then he is able to sit in a police facility and observe his housemates through "holo-scanners", audio-visual surveillance devices that are placed throughout the house.