By Christopher S. Parker, Matt A. Barreto
Are Tea social gathering supporters basically a bunch of conservative voters focused on govt spending? Or are they racists who refuse to simply accept Barack Obama as their president simply because he’s now not white? switch They Can’t think In bargains another argument—that the Tea get together is pushed by means of the reemergence of a reactionary circulate in American politics that's fueled through a terror that the USA has replaced for the more serious. offering a number unique facts and wealthy pictures of get together sympathizers in addition to activists, Christopher Parker and Matt Barreto express that the notion that the USA is at risk at once informs how Tea celebration supporters imagine and act.
In a brand new afterword, Parker and Barreto give some thought to the Tea Party’s fresh tasks, together with the 2013 govt shutdown, and assessment their customers for the 2016 election.
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