Tea Party Patriots: The Second American Revolution
In 2009, an unemployed mother of two and a politically inexperienced northern California attorney met on a conference call that would end up starting one of the largest grassroots political organizations in American history, the Tea Party Patri ...more
This book excels at giving a history of the movement, explaining the values that many people in the movement h ...more
Well I can't say that I'm exactly very into these types of books, but the book itself is pretty well written. As you would expect with all sorts of these types of advocating books, it is specifically designed to make you feel a certain way about other political parties and such as that. I'm not saying that is a bad thing, but just bringing that to your attention. To the average person, this political party would seem like a much better candidate compared to the Democrats or Republicans simply be...more
One thing it never did was explain the difference between "Tea Party" and "Tea Party Patriot".
But that is okay. The logic of what the authors had to say was consistent, but sometimes did not feel complete, and there were some occasional things I didn't really agree with.
But again, that is okay.
I have been more familiar with libertarianism, and find that there are some similarities, but als ...more
Mark Meckler and Jenny Beth Martin are the co-founders of Tea Party Patriots. They wrote this book to recount their experiences and the history of the movement. They explain what the Tea Party is and what it stands for; and they also make clear what the party does not support. They explain their mindset and the path which they think will benefit the American public.
What is the Tea Party? It certainly isn't want the media tells you it is! If you want to know what the Tea Party represents, read this book. Nobody has any business declaring, expounding, or conjecturing about the Tea Party until they have read this book!