Competing Americas: the rise of the tea party

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Hitchmough, S. 2010. Competing Americas: the rise of the tea party. Counterpunch.
AuthorsHitchmough, S.
Year2010
JournalCounterpunch
PublisherSilverstein
ISSN1086-2323
Related URLhttp://www.counterpunch.org/hitchmough10152010.html
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Print15 Oct 2010
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Deposited23 May 2011
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