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Dick Armey's FreedomWorks organisation has become front and centre in the Tea Party movement "New York Times" - one of the fastest-growing and most talked-about political phenomena in recent memory. With its strong Anti-Washington bent, Tea Party followers are outraged by the false conservatism of the Bush administration, which did nothing to shrink...
Dick Armey's FreedomWorks organisation has become front and centre in the Tea Party movement "New York Times" - one of the fastest-growing and most talked-about political phenomena in recent memory. With its strong Anti-Washington bent, Tea Party followers are outraged by the false conservatism of the Bush administration, which did nothing to shrink government spending or the deficit, and are further alarmed by President Obama's massive bank bailouts, wasteful stimulus spending, and health-care legislation, according to Armey. In "Give Us Liberty", the former House Majority Leader defines what the tea partiers are fighting for - including lower taxes, smaller government, and more deregulation - and how citizens can join the cause. This activist manifesto contains a battle-tested, step-by-step guide to organising and effecting change in any community. Based on the successful experiences of Tea Party movement leaders, it includes tips on building a local network, composing letters-to-the-editor, signage, organising effective and well-timed protests, and more.
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