by Jamelle Bouie onDecember 2, 2011
While Tea Partiers aren't Klansmen, the movement draws from similar threads in American life, Jamelle Bouie writes in a blog entry at the Nation.
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The ugly, racist undertone of some Tea Party elements could come back to bite those intellectual conservatives who think they can contain it.
by Sherrilyn A. Ifill onSeptember 29, 2010
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