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  • 27 Aug 2012
    Elizabeth Price Foley

    Into the Intro: The Tea Party

    With the Republican National Convention getting underway in Tampa, FL (the usual fanfare tempered by the approach of Tropical Storm and projected Hurricane Isaac), we turn to the introduction to Elizabeth Price Foley's timely and insightful account, The Tea Party: Three Principles. Curious about the relation between the Republican party and the Tea Party movement? Look no further than the extract below.

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  • 23 Feb 2012

    Elizabeth Price Foley interview

    Elizabeth Price Foley sits down with Glenn Reynolds to talk The Tea Party, the 800 pound gorilla in the room, and the principles that make the movement tick. Check out the video here.

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  • 15 Feb 2012

    The Tea Party: A Q&A with Recovering Liberal Elizabeth Price Foley

    With no unified slogan, office, or central organizing committee authority, the tea party seems to defy definition. But as tea partiers decide whom to support for the Republican nomination, the principles and goals of the movement will guide the future of the election.

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  • 9 Jan 2012

    The Primary and the Tea Party

    In the days leading up to last week’s Iowa caucus, it was hard to pick a front-runner, and for good reason: Mitt Romney edged out second-place Rick Santorum by only a handful of votes. But all of the candidates have consciously and actively courted a polarizing group throughout their campaigns: the tea party movement.

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