The tea party movement prides itself on its grassroots foundation. Adherents say that its loosely affiliated, networked brand of activism is precisely what distinguishes the tea party insurgency from the political parties. But a Wall Street Journal piece indicates that many tea party members are now discovering the benefits of organizing.
The tea party has long struggled on the national level with how to unite the movement without damaging its core principles. Now, Journal reporter Neil King Jr. notes that at the state level, tea party groups are finding success by banding together.
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