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A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes

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This text is an engaging look behind the modern day tax tea parties. The book presents the voices behind the growing discontent among every day citizens with increased government taxation, spending, and intervention into the private sector.
Hardcover, 308 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by John Wiley & Sons (first published December 23rd 2009)
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Mike
May 13, 2010 Mike rated it did not like it
Shelves: ground-to-a-halt
Poop about poopheads that can't get their poop straight.
Nate
Aug 19, 2010 Nate added it
It started out as a great description of the Tea Party movement describing how it came together and why so many American's throughout the country are supportive of its ideals. However, the author digresses into the typical political right wing vs left wing arguments rather than focusing on the ideas and ideals of the Tea Party movement itself. I was disappointed when I realized I wasn't learning about the Tea Party rather I was just seeing more political bashing, so I stopped reading it a third ...more
Pete
Apr 07, 2010 Pete rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: activists, conservatives, christians, non-commited that want a right of center picture.
I'm learning how NOT to be quiet when I hear opposition BS. Courtesy prevails, of course. I like to drive people nuts with facts...when I have them.

The next to last chapter contains a Tea Party Manifesto. I've seen nice concise manifestos and have read Francis Schaeffer's Christian Manifesto. This chapter fits somewhere in between. The final chapter is where the theory and learning turns into positive ACTION. WE no longer need to sit on the sidelines wishing we could do something, anything. Now
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