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News Coverage Of 'Tea Parties' Raises Concern

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News Coverage Of 'Tea Parties' Raises Concern

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News Coverage Of 'Tea Parties' Raises Concern

News Coverage Of 'Tea Parties' Raises Concern

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Howard Kurtz, media columnist for The Washington Post, and Reihan Salam, associate editor of the Atlantic magazine and co-author of the "Grand New Party: How Republicans can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream," offer analysis.

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