Jacob Weisberg: The Tea Party movement has two defining traits: status anxiety and anarchismQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|What's new and most distinctive about the Tea Party is its streak of anarchism--its antagonism toward any authority, its belligerent style of self-expression, and its lack of any coherent program or alternative to the policies it condemns.|
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