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Covenant of liberty : the ideological origins of the Tea Party movement

Author: Michael Patrick Leahy
Publisher: New York, NY : Broadside Books, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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One of the founders of the Tea Party traces the movement's principles back before the founding of the United States to the roots of English liberty, describing the three core values of the Tea Party and explaining how and why this movement arose.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Patrick Leahy
ISBN: 9780062066336 0062066331 9780062066343 006206634X
OCLC Number: 733223604
Description: xviii, 295 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: Introduction: Four broken promises: why the Tea Party arose --
The English roots of American liberty --
American constitutionalism and the formation of the secular covenant --
Alexander Hamilton and the broken promise of plain meaning --
The Republican Party and the broken promise of free markets --
Woodrow Wilson and the divine right of the state --
Republicans fail to offer an alternative --
Hoover, FDR, and the broken promise of the fiscal Constitution --
FDR's assault on free markets and the Constitution --
LBJ, Richard Nixon, and the final destruction of the three promises --
The broken promise of deliberative accountability and the rise of the Tea Party movement --
Restoring the secular covenant: a Tea Party American based on the Constitution.
Responsibility: Michael Patrick Leahy.

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One of the founders of the Tea Party traces the movement's principles back before the founding of the United States to the roots of English liberty, describing the three core values of the Tea Party and explaining how and why this movement arose.

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