1 edition of When the Tea Party came to town found in the catalog.
When the Tea Party came to town
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JK1319 .D73 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 333 pages|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||2012376316|
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The Tea Party movement caught fire inbarely a year after Barack Obama’s election, when waves of populist reaction swept through town-hall meetings often convened to explain Democratic initiatives on the economy and health care.
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He came to prominence inas an icon of the Tea Party, when he defeated Eric Cantor, who was then the Majority Leader for the Republicans, in. Tea party groups followed local politics closely, and their members showed up at school boards, town meetings, and state legislature hearings when issues they cared about were up for debate.
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As they fought fugitive slave laws in the s, they came to see the tea party a model of enlightened civil disobedience. When a group of Boston vigilantes freed a runaway slave from federal authorities inthe minister Theodore Parker – a man whose words are embroidered into President Obama’s new Oval Office rug – celebrated.
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Partisans of today’s Tea Party movement have seized on it as a symbol of defiance of government, claiming the founders were united in opposition to taxation (with or without representation), government regulation, and spending.
But Tea Party advocates seem indifferent to the original event. (See pictures of Tea Party tax protest.) Early on in the book, you place the Boston Tea Party in a far larger global context. Can you set the scene for us.
Boston is on the edge of the world, if we are willing to shift our perspective a bit. The Native American disguises come from the frontier. The tea had come from China. In Tim Alberta’s engrossing, detail-rich new book, “American Carnage,” the writer chronicles the moment when the Tea Party movement truly came to control Congress when fiscal conservatives Author: Chris Stirewalt.
Tea partiers did that in part by creating sustained protests at dozens of town halls, especially during the August congressional recess, and by. The tea-party movement has no leader. But it does have a face: William Temple of Brunswick, Ga. For months, the amiable middle-aged activist has been criss-crossing America, appearing at tea-party Author: Newsweek Staff.
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It was a Jane Austen-inspired tea. Everyone came in their most Regency-looking frocks and enjoyed an evening of refreshment and diversion. Kirsch, on how the Tea Party anger Bellow exemplifies and seeks to harness is not going to make for good fiction: For anger is a not a conservative e conservatism is something.
As Frank argues in his latest book, Listen, Liberal, the problem isn't just that the Tea Party is gaining these voters, but that the Democrats disdain them. Rather than the "party of the people" epitomized by FDR and Truman, Frank argues, the modern Democratic Party has become "the party of well-educated professionals.".
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The Tea Party movement is too diverse (and too rowdy) to be easily stereotyped. In fact, the one thing holding it together may be its commitment to history — and to the idea that America has. When the Tea Party came along, however, the silent majority started to get its voice back.
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Hewes, a Survivor of the Little Band of Patriots Who Drowned the Tea in Boston Harbor inpublished in New York by S.
S. Bliss in Chestertown Tea Party Festival In the spring ofwhen news of the port of Boston’s closing reached Chestertown, the citizens met to determine what actions should be taken in response.
They forth a list of grievances, which became known as the Chestertown Resolves, which made it unlawful to buy, sell or drink tea that came from England.