A Discussion on the History of the Tea Party and Discussion of Its Role in Contemporary Politics: A Discussion with Elvin Lim

Charlie Smith ’15 welcomes you into his chamber:

Is the Tea Party the product of misguided populism, corporate sponsors, or is it serving a valuable role in transforming the Republican party?

Come discuss the history of the Tea Party and its role in contemporary American politics.

Give this paper a skim before the meeting for some context.

Date: Today, April 2
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 111
Cost: Free, obviously

3 thoughts on “A Discussion on the History of the Tea Party and Discussion of Its Role in Contemporary Politics: A Discussion with Elvin Lim

  1. Jonathan Wesley Exq.

    Excuse me,

    The word “discussion” appears twice in this post title. I would expect such a mistake from a teeny-bopper gossip blog sporting articles about being goosed by one’s first crush, or even some pseudo-intellectual music publication spouting the latest cultural studies-laden claptrap about the bull manure kids these days call music, but from the prestigious Wesleyinger? Say it isn’t so! I would’ve thought better of you, Zach. DO be more careful next time.

    Jonathan Wesley Esq.

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