From the Washington Times Inside the Beltway column, April 14:
The tea party has gotten a big boost from a major publisher. HarperCollins, through its “pioneering” new conservative nonfiction imprint Broadside Books, will publish a series of “Voices of the Tea Party” pamphlets, all in the 5,000-to-7,000-word range and very Thomas Paine-like, indeed. Except they’re electronic, quill-free “e-books” – priced well at $2.
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