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A Decent Introduction
on February 5, 2011
If you don't understand the Tea Party Movement or want a starting place for opening conversation on the subject, this is a decent primer. The book tells the story of the development of the movement through the eyes of FreedomWorks, and a handful of cooperating agencies. At some points stirring and patriotic, it is decidedly written to prompt reader involvement and makes a point of preparing people to get started in peaceful activism for their cause.
Considering that I was not looking for an activist handbook, much of this was lost on me. I'm not sure what I expected from this book, but I definitely wasn't expecting what I actually found. It's a pretty quick read, so worth checking out and forming your own opinion on.