Gingrich In 1968 Led Protests Against Censoring Nude Pictures

Newt Gingrich as a Tulane University graduate student led protests against the administration’s efforts to censor nude pictures in the campus’ literary supplement, according to documents obtained by Reuters.

The images described appear to be social commentary and in an artistic context. And as Reuters points out, the anecdote illustrates Gingrich’s evolution from onetime social activist to a presidential candidate who rails against popular protests like Occupy Wall Street.