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Kate Zernike on disaffection and the tea party

No movement has better captured the sense of disaffection currently pervading American society than the tea party.  Here to help us understand this movement is a woman who spent some time on the inside. Kate Zernike is a New York Times reporter who was on the team there that shared the Pulitzer Prize in 2002. She is also author of the book “Boiling Mad: Behind the Lines in Tea Party America.”

Watch the rest of the segments from this episode.