Tea Party Toolbox

Three useful tools for Tea Party activists and every citizen serious about restoring limited, representative government

Mackinac Center's Tea Party Toolbox

(Editor's note: This Toolbox was updated in April 2010. Click here for a PDF of the original version.)

Hundreds of thousands of citizens participated in recent "Tea Party" protests against the chronic fiscal irresponsibility of our political class and the outright fiscal extremism now underway in Washington. For many, if not most, of the Tea Partiers this was the first time they have ever been involved in a political protest movement. Both at the events and in the days since, they've been asking the same questions: "What's next, and what else can we do?" The Mackinac Center provides some answers.

Tool #1: Tea Party Activists Have Attitude

Tool #2: Ten-Minute Tea Party Activist

Tool #3: Candidate Questionnaire for Tea Party Activists


Click here for PDF.


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